also handle-bar, 1867 in reference to bicycles, from handle (n.) + bar (n.1). Handlebar mustache is from 1932, American English, from similarity of shape; the comparison, if not the phrase, dates to at least 1911.
1. The rider came off and the handlebar went into his neck.
2. And I have to bartendat The Handlebar, and frankly, it's beneath me.
而我不得不去汉得尔酒吧当男招待, 坦白讲, 这不是我想做的.
3. Someone a hand on my handlebar as if to steady my bike.
4. His rough and dark hands are grasping the handlebar firmly.
5. Bill clamped the horn to the handlebar of his bicycle.