It is not so easy to disassemble the crossbar. The structure of the crossbar looks simple. There are only two brake levers, and some with shifting handles have two or one shifting handlebars and a grip cover. However, it seems simple, and it may sometimes be difficult to disassemble.
The most laborious part of removing the handlebar is probably to remove the handlebar cover. Only by removing the handlebar cover can the brake handlebar and the shifting handlebar be removed. Because some handles are made of rubber, they may be glued to the handle, making it difficult to remove. At this time, we should drip some water or some water on the contact edge of the handle and the handle before removing the handle. The liquid that can play a lubricating effect, remember to be volatile. Then try to twist it left and right, and slowly pull it out. After taking out the handle cover, you can take off the other accessories at once.
If it is a bent handle, and it is a gooseneck standpipe model, when disassembling the cross handle, first loosen the fastening screw on the jacket as much as possible. After loosening, be careful to make the cross handle pass through the clamp. Set to avoid scratching the horizontal handle.