“Redshift Sports was founded in 2013 by Stephen, Erik, and Scott with the goal of making components that help cyclists and triathletes ride further, faster, and more comfortably on the bikes they already own. We are a small group of mechanical engineers who happen to be avid (if somewhat average) cyclists and triathletes.” – Redshift Sports
For 2019, the folks have been busy with the launch of three new products. Already known for their suspension seatpost, Redshift Sports ups the ante to provide a dropper version of their venerable suspension seatpost.
Everything including the kitchen sink is an old saying, but Redshift Sports take that literally with the Kitchen Sink handlebar. This new handlebar features a flared drop, a little bit of rise, a little bit of back sweep and an integrated aerobar type extension.
Finally, the last product is a set of Ergonomic Drop Bar Grips that are added on top or beneath one’s handlebar tape, to provide a more ergonomic position and less pressure on the palm of one’s hand.
Prices and release dates are unavailable at the time of writing.