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Who makes them?

I'm having one heck of a hard time finding them.

Carbon or not, I'm really not sure I can be picky at this point...:mad2:

If you know of any, please, please, please post them up!! :thumbsup:
 

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I'm under the impression that they're measured center to center across the spectrum of bars? Is this not the case?
 

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JDuc said:
Who makes them?

I'm having one heck of a hard time finding them.

Carbon or not, I'm really not sure I can be picky at this point...:mad2:

If you know of any, please, please, please post them up!! :thumbsup:

Ritchey Evolution and Biomax, FSA, Felt, Salsa...
 

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I have the 3T Ergonova Team (carbon) in 38 and it is the most comfortable bar I have ever had. I don't like the ones with a 'ergo-bump' or reverse curve below the levers- they put pressure on my palms (I have carpal tunnel) so when I saw the 3T I just had to to have it. Pricey, but I found them on sale at Bike Bling about 1 1/2 years ago; now they are running close to 3 bills :eek:. If you can swallow the price, they are really sweet. I think they make a aluminum one that is similar- yes, the Ergonova Pro http://www.thenew3t.com/details.aspx?i=Dropbars&t=&p=ergonova&d=PRO that is available in 38.
 

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I just put a set of FSA 38cm wing pro compact bars on my Madone.

Oh, my God, I can reach the shifters and use all my fingers to operate the brakes. I can comfortably ride in the drops. There is room to spread the pressure over more of my palm. What a difference.

Get a set of compact bars ASAP.
 
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