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Which handlebar to get for small hands ?(7 posts)

Which handlebar to get for small hands ?jkh
Dec 30, 2001 12:18 AM
I have small hands. Can someone give me recommendations on which handlebar to get?

Thanks.
TTT Morphe/Salsa Poco (nm)samcat
Dec 30, 2001 5:29 AM
Cinelli Solida sans padsDoubleK
Dec 30, 2001 10:00 AM
Check out Cinelli Solida bars. If you don't install the pads on the drops (which I like), your hands are much closer to the levers because they are flattened to accomodate the pads.

Good Luck!
re: Which handlebar to get for small hands ?jkh
Dec 30, 2001 9:21 PM
Thank you. I will do some research on them.
Check out Deda. "anatomic" ones are for small hands. NMMike P
Dec 31, 2001 7:58 AM
Check out Deda. "anatomic" ones are for small hands. NMjkh
Dec 31, 2001 1:58 PM
Is it the same as 215?
Check out Deda. "anatomic" ones are for small hands. NMMike P
Jan 2, 2002 4:27 AM
Most of the Deda bars can be ordered as deep, shallow and anatomic, 215's included. The 285's are nice as well.

Two things I really like about the Deda anatomic (215, 285, 310, etc.) bars, 1. I can reach the levers better, and 2. The bars are more straight between the first curve and the hoods.

www.dedaelementi.com.

Mike