Bar tape with the "Olympic Games" haura pattern
Bar tape is mainly used to wrap around the handlebars of road bikes.
The motif of the 1936 Berlin Olympics was drawn by Okaju painters of the time.
The Haura pattern, with its abstract design of a human figure, is a novelty even today.
.It is made of 100% cotton, cut into 4 cm wide strips and bagged into 2 cm wide strips.
It features a double layer of fabric to absorb vibrations from the road surface.
Two rolls of tape are required if you're using them on drop handles.
It is hard to believe that this pattern is 100 years old, as it feels so modern and quirky, so we hope you will enjoy using it on your bicycle.
|Country of origin||Kyoto, Japan|
|Technique||Kyoto Yuzen Dyeing|
|Size||W0.79 in. (W2cm)|
|Electronic Equipment||Due to the nature of the material, colors may fade or migrate due to wetting or rubbing.|
|Note||Length 114.17 in. (1 roll )
2 rolls are required for drop handles.
The exact distribution of the pattern changes depending on the product. Thank you for your understanding.
|Delivery Time||1-2 weeks (if out of stock + 1-2 weeks)|
Brand history and characteristics
How Japanese Products Can Be Such High Quality
Payment & Security
Your payment information is processed securely. We do not store credit card details nor have access to your credit card information.