|Who makes a good 46 c-t-c handlebar? (nm)||Zonic Man|
Aug 11, 2003 7:19 AM
|Just installed some||burdiman|
Aug 11, 2003 7:35 AM
|Ritchey Pro Road Handlebars measuring 46cm c-t-c and they are great. Plenty strong and light too. I think I got them from Nashbar but don't see them there now (in that width).
Good luck. They are great bars.
Aug 11, 2003 8:41 AM
|light, but not "stupid light" 235g|
|Check www.rivbike.com. Also...||retro|
Aug 11, 2003 7:39 AM
|I have a couple of cheap Nashbar bars in 46 and 50 (!), but they're a little flexible. Rivendell has a bunch of good Nitto bars for around $50, and I think some of them come in 46.|
|I like the Salsa bars with the flared drops||B2|
Aug 11, 2003 8:19 AM
|AE Bike has the Salsa Moto Ace Bell Lap for $26. I think Excel has them for abut $30. They come in 42 - 46cm c-t-c. The drops flare an additonal 6cm so you may not want to get the 46's though.
I have some on my commuter bike and find them very comfortable.
|Pro Road too...||Mike Prince|
Aug 11, 2003 10:29 AM
|I have a set of these in 46 c-c and they are great. Not the lightest, but they are a good bar. Not the easiest to find, though.|
Aug 11, 2003 7:05 PM
|I've been using Deda Magic/Newton stem combo for the past two seasons and I'm very happy with both. The only downside of the Magic 31.7 bars is that it complicates mounting a cyclocomputer. I had mine attached to my stem and recently changed to a Sigma computer with the rubber band handlebar mount system and it works fine. Or you can just use a zip lock tie to secure the mounting bracket. But- back to your original question-Deda Magic makes a 46 cm bar.|| |