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PowerTouch Handlebar Tape

3 out of 5 stars
1 Review



PowerTouch Handlebar Tape

Upgrading your bike may not be in the cards this year, but switching out your bar tape is plenty attainable. Ten minutes spent re-taping your handlebars in the garage is a task no cyclist can complain about, and there's something satisfying about getting rid of your sweaty, discolored old tape whose age escapes you. Replacing it with FSA's PowerTouch Handlebar Tape makes for a significant upgrade, with the grippy cork and synthetic blend providing a consistently tacky surface whether you wear gloves or not. The gel-embossed underside holds the tape firmly in-place without the use of adhesives, so when you next indulge in a tape replacement day, you won't be scraping stickum and crumbling cork off your bars.


  • Hybrid cork tape offering a great balance of comfort and road feel
  • Fully textured surface for superior grip in all conditions
  • 3mm thickness with gel padding for comfort and shock-absorption
  • Gel on the underside provides a firm hold, no need for adhesives
  • Item #FSA001X
synthetic/natural cork blend
Claimed Weight
3oz (85g)
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Overall Rating

3 based on 1 ratings

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3 out of 5 stars

November 28, 2020

Pricey but good grip

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

yes, there are lot's of colors but i'm boring so, i went with black. the tape has good cushion and is an odd (in a good way) combination smooth surface and tacky grip. the tape applies well; it's not as stretchy as the cork variants so when wrapping tight corners, the forward edge of the roll doesn't lay completely flat. on the upside, backing up and re-wrapping to correct miss-aligned spirals didn't twist the tape out of shape as much as cork variants. on the downside, it's pricier than all but most "blingy" wraps. now let's hope it lasts longer than it did for the earlier reviewers.