They started with road drop bars, fusing an FSA stem and handlebar into a one-piece system. Then they morphed it into a mountain bike system, working with Cannondale’s OPI Lefty format even. Now, Predator Cycling’s Aram Goganian is taking his carbon construction to the track with the new Major Track Bars.
The big difference here is that it’ll be 100% made in house. Aram’s just wrapping up the alloy molds, which will be used to form the Major Track all in house in their Los Angeles area factory. It was designed there, too, hence the unique shape…
These are renderings, final shape and details may change a bit, but look for a weight around 350g and a price around $750 to $800, give or take. You’ll likely have stem length and bar width options since they’re all handmade. They should start shipping in March.
Aram also hinted that road and mountain versions will follow.