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 Post subject: Cinelli dropped bars.
PostPosted: Fri Jul 13, 2012 4:36 pm 
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Cinelli bars for a 26.4 stem needed.Ideally 44cm width.


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I think I have a pair of 66's in 44 width. Does it matter if they are grooved?


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 13, 2012 5:25 pm 
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Old Ned wrote:
I think I have a pair of 66's in 44 width. Does it matter if they are grooved?
yes groove needed and would they be the anatomical shape.


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casper2788 wrote:
Old Ned wrote:
I think I have a pair of 66's in 44 width. Does it matter if they are grooved?
yes groove needed and would they be the anatomical shape.


I'll check in little while - after I've cooked tea!


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Do you want the anatomical shape?


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Yes,i do find them more suitable.


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Mine are later logo single (front) grooved non-ergo 66 x 44's.

Personally I think that 'ergonomic' shaped 'bars are the least 'ergonomic' items I know! The fact that you see far fewer of them in the pro peloton these days must mean something.

But, if they work for you etc. :wink:


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I have a pair of Cinelli Eubios in 44cm: £15 posted.


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Hi Ned :-) "I have always used traditional bars until I tried anotomicals". The thing is "if you ride very long distance (40miles+) in the bars and not on top like most do then they are very comfortable, they pay off IMHO" I have them on 1 of my bikes and like the feel on long haul. Its strange but after using my trads for a while anatoms feel good, and trads feel painful after using anatoms. Later buddy, Laz.


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