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Park Tool Handlebar Holder - HBH-2
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Item # PAR0127

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Item # PAR0127

Description

Keep it steady.

Keep your handlebars from smacking you in the face when you work on your bike by holding them steady with Park Tool’s HBH-2 Handlebar Holder. Tape the handlebars of your road whip, or bleed the brakes on your mountain missile without migrating handlebars.

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Does the job

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Holds the bars straight when the level of the front wheel is above the rear wheel (i.e. bleeding brakes). Aside from that, just make the front wheel lower than the rear in your stand and the bars will stay straight because...gravity.

It Works

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Works great for keeping your bars from turning when doing repairs. Great for brake bleeding.

Works as advertised-worth $20

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This is another one of those products I've done without for years home-wrenching on my bikes... I finally bought it knowing I was going to be building a new bike for me and helping a couple buddies with theirs... Works great to stabilize front end for all the brake and cable shenanigans that go on in a bike build or major tune.

Does the job

    Holds your handlebars still so you can take off the wheel and bleed your breaks without to much trouble. Some bungies might work just as well but if you want them secure when doing work it's worth the 20.

    Easy to use and functional--Park Tool's HBH-2 does the trick.

      What can I really say about a handlebar holder? It holds the handlebars, is easy to use, and makes easy work of tasks that require the handlebars to stay in place.

      I don't have any complaints about the Park Tool Handlebar Holder.