Personally, I would rather spend the money on real bullhorns than cut off drop bars. Real bullhorns have a long, flat "hoods" area for gripping the bars. Cut drop bars only have a short, curved area for gripping the bars (depending on the bars, of course, but I've never seen cut bars fit to my satisfaction). Furthermore, the "hoods" area on real bullhorns are usually long enough for two positions---one more upright with your hands close to the bend and one lower with your hands on the tips of the bars.lgh said:I'm building up my first fixed gear and would like to get some TT bars but not Mavic's with the aggressive drop. Where are folks getting their non-drop handlebars? Are you cutting road bars?
I'm using those with a Cane Creek TT200 lever that fits inside the end of the bar:Travis Bickle said:I have the Stoker 26.
Nice and wide with no drop. Only problem is that they are 26mm throughout, the dont taper to 25.4mm. Salsa sells a cyclecross inline lever in a 31.8mm clamp that comes with a sacer to fit. I dremeled a handlebar shim.