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Hi,
I have a 26.0 handlebar accommodating stem, and am looking to change out my handlebars for a lightweight touring-specific drop handlebar. The bike is a 1999 Trek 1200.
Also, anyone know where I can get some browin-ish-colored handlebar tape?
Thanks in advance.
 

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They are not steel...alu

Armonhammer said:
Hi,
I have a 26.0 handlebar accommodating stem, and am looking to change out my handlebars for a lightweight touring-specific drop handlebar. The bike is a 1999 Trek 1200.
Also, anyone know where I can get some browin-ish-colored handlebar tape?
Thanks in advance.
Take a look at Nitto Randoneur bars, 45cm wide. And very nice weight and finish. This is a pic of the bars with Cinelli natural cork tape painted with amber shellac.
 

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I've got a set of noodle bars- they're pretty nice- not too heavy, very comfy, lots of great places to put yer hands.

Nice choice!
 

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Armonhammer said:
Hi,
I have a 26.0 handlebar accommodating stem, and am looking to change out my handlebars for a lightweight touring-specific drop handlebar. The bike is a 1999 Trek 1200.
Also, anyone know where I can get some browin-ish-colored handlebar tape?
Thanks in advance.
I know Rivendell (rivbike.com) sells tan cork hbar tape:



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