handle bars

Jugular

Well-Known Member
Location
Manchester
For hand comfort on flat bars I recommend Ergo Bars I've got some Magnesium R2's (I think) on my Brompton and I find them exceptionally comfortable. Obviously in addition to my gloves.
I've heard moustache bars are also very good for comfort and will take bar tape. There seems to be a bit of a handlbar revolution at the moment.
 

Anthony

New Member
Location
Wokingham
sparkyman said:
They are too soft, need to be firmer and less like a sponge.

Sparkyman
My foam grip is not that soft, i guess it depends on the make.

A lot of people just use ordinary bar tape on their butterfly bars.
 

toroddf

Guest
I use both drop bars and an aero triathlon bar. I have used that for over fifteen years now and that suits me best. I get four different styles I can use when cycling + that my back is kept straight.

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snorri

Legendary Member
Bandini said:
Bloody hell - all the butterfly bar boys are coming out of the wood work! I usually get stick! Is this the Beaumont effect??
I didn't know there was an alternative to butterflies.:smile:

I had butterflies before I'd heard of Beaumont, in fact, I think he saw mine and said.... :eek:
 
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