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and didn't stay still, the few different ones I tried had a tendency to rotate on bumps.

I never had any, but the Answer Hyperends would be the news knees to of that style bar end.


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Onza made some very wide trials bars in a 25.4mm few years back.

Just a thought.


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Retro started wiiiide. I’ve got a set of mid 80s steel Nitto risers - c. 700 mm.

They are excellent as a lever for stubborn bbs, freewheels or hub locknuts.


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Ergotec, a German brand, makes a few handlebars in 62cm and 66cm. I haven't seen them any wider in 25.4 diameter. They are cheap online, at least in Germany, 10-15 EUR for the steel versions.


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These are my favourite wide, flat retro bars. Obviously you need a shim to go to 25.4 but they are superb

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/TufNeck-Slin ... 3571325794


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Titiritero wrote:
Ergotec, a German brand, makes a few handlebars in 62cm and 66cm. I haven't seen them any wider in 25.4 diameter. They are cheap online, at least in Germany, 10-15 EUR for the steel versions.


I’ve only been able to find the 620mm ones, SJS have them:

https://www.sjscycles.co.uk/handlebars/ ... amp-620mm/

Definitely an option, a bit weighty though.


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Nitto B809, 630mm, light, heat treated, 25.4, bit of rise, a tad too many decals, but hey.

Nice set in the for sale section now.


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I’ve only been able to find the 620mm ones, SJS have them:

https://www.sjscycles.co.uk/handlebars/ ... amp-620mm/

Definitely an option, a bit weighty though.


I found the name of the one I was talking about, "Riser Handlebar 30 / 25.4". Unfortunately as the name suggests it has a little bit of rise, and yes, it's on the heavy side, but it comes in 660mm and dirt cheap. Plenty of choice in German online shops, not sure in the UK.

Manufacturer's link:
https://www.ergotec.de/en/products/lenk ... dius=25.40

A couple shop links:
https://www.boc24.de/p/cfp-by-ergotec-r ... d=209159-1

https://www.radkompakt.de/p/ergotec-ris ... gKfifD_BwE


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