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benb
10-16-2015, 08:50 PM
I've got a handful of lightly used handlebars & assorted parts I used while recovering from a wrist injury.. none of them really helped and I stupidly kept switching. Maybe someone else can get some use out of them. None of these were crashed, some of these bars barely made it off the trainer.

Aluminum Jones Loop H-Bar, 31.8mm diameter, 710mm width - $50 [ SOLD ]

Very little usage.. 100 miles? Tried converting a drop bar bike to flat bar. These things look super cool but they weren't very comfy for me on the frame I stuck them on.

Easton EA70 Drop Bar - 42cm width, 75mm reach, 130mm drop. - $25

Again, light use, these were on my bike for maybe 3-4 months, several of those months I was riding like once a week. A couple hundred miles max. These have an ergo bend. - $20

Salsa Pro Moto 3 - 44cm width @ hoods, 46cm @ Drops. Compact ergo bar. Not sure of reach and drop but I'm going to guess 75mm reach, 125mm drop. These have maybe 1000 miles on them.

Truvative Holzfeller MTB bar - Originally 730mm, I cut it down to 705mm width (the narrowest it is supposed to be cut to. 31.8mm diameter, 30mm rise, 9-degree back sweep, 5-degree upsweep. I'm not sure I used this anywhere but the trainer. Absolutely minimal use. $25 [SOLD]

Tiagra SL-4600 flat bar shifters - $50. These had a few hundred miles of use, never saw any rain, etc.. 10-speed rear shifter, Double front shifter. These actually shift a lot better than the 4600 brifters IMO.

Cane Creek Flat Top brake levers - $10 - These are for Cantis or Mini-Vs, not for mountain bike V-brakes. Same usage as the Tiagra shifters.

Profile Design bar ends - $10 - Minimal usage - Not even scratched

Typical stuff, I'd want to use Paypal, buyer pays shipping of their choice.

rcnute
10-16-2015, 09:08 PM
PM on Jones bar!

Ryan

I've got a handful of lightly used handlebars & assorted parts I used while recovering from a wrist injury.. none of them really helped and I stupidly kept switching. Maybe someone else can get some use out of them. None of these were crashed, some of these bars barely made it off the trainer.

Aluminum Jones Loop H-Bar, 31.8mm diameter, 710mm width - $50

Very little usage.. 100 miles? Tried converting a drop bar bike to flat bar. These things look super cool but they weren't very comfy for me on the frame I stuck them on.

Easton EA70 Drop Bar - 42cm width, 75mm reach, 130mm drop. - $25

Again, light use, these were on my bike for maybe 3-4 months, several of those months I was riding like once a week. A couple hundred miles max. These have an ergo bend. - $20

Salsa Pro Moto 3 - 44cm width @ hoods, 46cm @ Drops. Compact ergo bar. Not sure of reach and drop but I'm going to guess 75mm reach, 125mm drop. These have maybe 1000 miles on them.

Truvative Holzfeller MTB bar - Originally 730mm, I cut it down to 705mm width (the narrowest it is supposed to be cut to. 31.8mm diameter, 30mm rise, 9-degree back sweep, 5-degree upsweep. I'm not sure I used this anywhere but the trainer. Absolutely minimal use. $25

Tiagra SL-4600 flat bar shifters - $50. These had a few hundred miles of use, never saw any rain, etc.. 10-speed rear shifter, Double front shifter. These actually shift a lot better than the 4600 brifters IMO.

Cane Creek Flat Top brake levers - $10 - These are for Cantis or Mini-Vs, not for mountain bike V-brakes. Same usage as the Tiagra shifters.

Profile Design bar ends - $10 - Minimal usage - Not even scratched

Typical stuff, I'd want to use Paypal, buyer pays shipping of their choice.