9 pounds bargain!
Is that a canyon?
Do we have a "correct" example of bdhu'd ergo bars ?
From a few pages back
Just like any other bar, end of drops level, then set up hoods a few degrees up.
Yes. It's not rocket science is it. Yet I don't think I've ever seen correctly mounted ergo bars IRL
Precisely. Not convinced by this latest compact ergo example
Nitto m186 bars I believe were produced specifically to accommodate shimano sti levers when they first came out, and hence they put markers on the bars where to position them.
I don’t understand why all handlebars/stems/seatposts don’t have markings. Should be an industry standards requirement.
Both have the hoods too low though.
Fair enough. But note the ergo bend means your fingers are further away from the levers in the drops so it wouldn’t be comfy.
it’s usually bd>hu
Road fixed delivers
for the archives.
Perfect bar setup? Close enough from long time offender Saffron.
Hoods will be a bit too cx for some
Levers seem unreachable. But that's down to the groupset being wrong altogether
I have ridden that bike and can confirm they're a bit of a reach
thats what I said
Anyways Saffron have been a bit of a cockpit horror show but it seems they have invested in a BDHU manager or something
I agree. Careful now not to alienate the moneyed customer base
To be fair to the esteemed concontributor and bdhu rep, the saffrons i have seen in the wild were always nice and nicely slammed, no issue with ownership
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