Did you thougth Gemini was not for you?
A damn well designed tube
We made it possible for you to experience the same Gemini feeling with this impressive and simple tubular handlebar.
it's time to change.
That is why everything is done at home,
at our headquarters located in Barcelona,
where Gemini craftsmen can ensure
the excellence of each piece.
Supreme quality lightness
We want you to feel the ride, not the weight.
To be Gemini is not just to wear a logo. Gemini is a feeling, Gemini is performance. The GMN Section is present on all MTB handlebars in order to give you the same experience while riding.
The circular cross sections perform equally in all directions, this is why we have developed the GMN section with two basic purposes: decreasing hand fatigue arising from vibrations and forces, and increasing reactivity and control when turning.
By reducing the vertical section we have achieved an increased absorption of vertical impacts and vibrations, this translates into less hand fatigue and being able to keep a high speed of descent.
By enlarging the horizontal section we have managed to increase the rigidity of the handlebar against any force exerted by the pilot when turning, this translates into a more direct and reactive steering control.
One signle geometry, never that easy; you will have to try it.
support critical conditions.
Carbon fiber is not the same everywhere—this is why we have chosen the most resistant fiber, with an intermediate modulus. Mitsubishi MR70 is a latest generation, high-end carbon fiber, developed for the most discerning clientele in the aerospace industry. This is the best option to ensure optimum performance of the handlebar, as well as increase its resistance lowering its weight.
The material properties are really important, but so is the building structure of the parts—this is why we use a “sandwich” structure, using twill as the external and internal layers to increase its resistance to delamination due to impacts, and a UD carbon fiber core that ensures getting the best mechanical and structural properties of the fiber.