Of my two roadies I have ergo's on my Giant TCR and on my Merckx corsa extra I have traditional bars. Both are Cinelli's and 40cm c to c.
I have ridden with ergo's solely for the last ten years but when I built my Merckx two springs back I purchased a nice set of 'campione' cinelli's. I thought I would try them and see how I got on. I had a few worries thinking I might have got a bit 'soft' after using the ergos and it might take a while to get used to not having the positions defined. How wrong I was, they are the most natural feeling bars I have used and for the first two rides I forgot I was using trad bars, didnt think about bars at all. I have done some distance on them and they feel as fine at the end of a long day as at the beginning. I find it more so now than before but I sometimes feel like my wrist is a bit of an unnatural angle to ride on the mid drop for too long on the ergos, whereas on the trads I dont have that. They are also great for climbing on the drops.
Maybe I just chose a perfect bar for me, but traditional bars seem to be ergonimically better for me than the propossed 'ergonimical' bar
Carlsberg dont build Singlespeeds but if they did.......they would probably look just like mine.
I've spent half my life on bikes.........the other half I wasted