Properly fitted bars put the power of control back into your mitts. The Mule Handlebars, designed in conjunction with legendary builder Richard Pollock of Mule Motorcycles, were precision crafted to deliver a tailorable approach to reining in your Modern Classic. The Mule Handlebars are lower, with a narrow center section. This means you have more room to place your controls exactly where you want them. You can even trim their overall length without hindering performance.
Also available in 1 inch diameter, the Mule Handlebars are a flat track favorite, ready to tame the streets. The Mule Handlebars are available with either a black powdercoat or polished finish.
- Aggressive, retro flattrack looks
- Multiple personalization options to fit your bike’s desired feel
- Made from stainless steel
- Comfortable design
- 3.75" rise, 7" pullback, 35" width
Note: You will need to either shorten the handlebar to use your stock cables, or purchase longer cables in order to install this handlebar.
This part fits the following models Triumph Bonneville Mag - 2009-2015 Triumph Scrambler 900 EFI - 2009-2016 Triumph Scrambler Carb - 2006-2008 Triumph Thruxton 900 Carb - 2004-2008*Refer to Description in event of VIN specific fitment
- Q & a
Does it need any modifications for my 2013 Scrambler? Will it be ok with bar end mirrors?A:No modifications needed and barend mirrors will work as long as the diameter matches (1 inch - 7/8 inch)Customer Support answered on October 9, 2016Compared to the stock bars on the 2013 Bonneville T100, are these bars shorter/longer, further forward/back? Do you need to recable if you use these?A:These should be wider and further back. Since these bars are 7/8, you will need to redo your controls to adapt 7/8" diameter bars or we have the same bars in the 1" option: http://www.british-customs.com/mule-tracker-handlebars-1-inchCustomer Support answered on August 15, 2016Does it need re-wiring, clamps and/or any other modifications or equipment needed for my 2013 Scrambler?A:It'll fit on any Triumph modern classics retaining stock controls as long as the diameter (1 inch or 7/8) matches !Customer Support answered on October 9, 2016