Anyone used any of the new Thomson bars?

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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mattydubs
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by mattydubs

Tempted to get some 40s in the road bars (sizing down from 42 Ritchey Evocurves) but I actually think the KFC cross bars look better (even though they are heavier).

Thoughts? Or are they the most Fredly things ever?

diesel
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by diesel

I have not tried the road but I have had my hands on them and they seem nice. I think these guys can do no wrong! Give them a chance. The new ti mtb bars are the coolest ones I have ever had!

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Bianchi10
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by Bianchi10

My LBS had a couple brought in for show and tell. I didn't get to see them but I heard they are very nice and VERY light. (I think they said 185g???-dont quote me on that) Thomson does it right for sure. Great products. cant wait to see them in person.
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by Imaking20

^stop by Cyclepath, they have some in stock


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