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Hi bikers,
I tried to google more info about this handlebar, but not much successfully with results of my research it terms of quality and quantity of infos.

So I´d like to know your experience, reviews and observations according to these bars.

Or you could give me a suggestion on another 30 inch handlebar with similar angles - 8 degree backsweep, 4 or 5 upsweep.. Their main usage would be 2 to 6 hrs. XC to AM rides. Oh and there has to be enough space for controls so when I cut them I`ll be still able to accommodate my controls quite inboard.

Thanx in advance for all your info and suggestions.
Cheers:cornut:
 

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So do you really want to run it at 30, or is it just going to get cut? I've been running a 29.5 Sunline for a bit that I like, though I'm thinking about swapping it for a flat bar to get things a little lower.
 

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So do you really want to run it at 30, or is it just going to get cut? I've been running a 29.5 Sunline for a bit that I like, though I'm thinking about swapping it for a flat bar to get things a little lower.
I don`t really know if I`m gonna cut it. Just want to buy a wide bar, try it and then maybe cut. And for that maybe situation I want to have surety to be able to accommodate there my controls the way I like it - quite inboard.
 

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I've got a set of T-bars on my Covert. I really like them. Coming from short bars on my old bike, after just a couple of rides I was hooked on wide bars.

The only time it sucks is in tight trees. I had a few incidents as I was getting used to wider bars.

The T-bars have plenty of room to cut and still run your controls far inboard. They don't start to bend and taper until right up close to the stem area.

I haven't found a reason to cut them, though.
 
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