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Recommendations: Handlebars with shallow drops(7 posts)

Recommendations: Handlebars with shallow dropsJoe F.
Sep 9, 2001 8:07 AM
Anyone recommend shallow drop handbars from a particular company?

JF
SalsaAlpedhuez55
Sep 9, 2001 10:33 AM
Try Salsa Moto Ace Short and Shallow. They are about $30. I have them on two of my bikes. They are light, stiff and only $30!!
Another SalsaKen2
Sep 9, 2001 10:54 AM
Try the Salsa Poco--even shallower than the Short and Shallow. BTW these come in at least five widths--if you want exact specs on widths, drop, and reach, go to your LBS and ask take a look at the Quality Bicycle Products catalog. Most shops deal with them as a distributor, and their catalog has all the poop on thousands of components. Of course it also has the wholesale prices, but a secure shop shouldn't mind you seeing those too.
ditto Salsabike_junkie
Sep 9, 2001 2:22 PM
affordable bars with several shallows to choose from. The moto-ace are the most affordable, and the pocos are a little more money and a bit lighter. Give Salsa a call, they're good people.
re: Recommendations: Handlebars with shallow dropsSamcat
Sep 9, 2001 3:06 PM
You also might want to look at the TTT Morphe and/or the Terry...

Sam
Ritcheybianchi boy
Sep 9, 2001 4:51 PM
The Ritchey Pro and WCS handlebars have a shallow drop. They are probably more expensive than the Salsa bars, but lighter. I've got a WCS bar and really like it.
Thanks All!Joe F.
Sep 10, 2001 12:13 PM
I think I'll check out the ritchey and salsa stuff. I know an LBS in my area that stocks some of their stuff. Okay!

Joe