The Ritchey Monocruve integrated bar/stem looks awesome.http://www.ritcheylogic.com/dyn_prodfamily.php?k=472278
" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
Suposed to be quite stiff. Would go well with the integrated post and fork on the SR. Match the Ritchey seat mast too.
Expensive though. And expensive to replace if you crash it. Also, the tops aren't round so you can't use an SRM style Garmin mount. Deal killer for me.
If my Cento1SR frame set ever gets here, I'm just going to build it up with old SRAM Red, Ritchey Evocurve aluminum bars & C260 stem. Their wet black. Going to get some Zipp 101s for training and group rides. Already have Reynolds Assault tubulars for racing. Also already have Selle Italia SLR carbon and Look Keo ti Blades.
To me, the frame/fork feel heavy. I know the fork is 430g, (actual) but it was hard to balance the frame on the small counter scale the shop had. The frame was roughly around 1000g.
What size and paint? I weighed a Med Red/White frame and fork at my LBS. Frame was 1220g and fork was 420g.
Gorgeous paint. High quality.