can some one tell me what bars are those

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bricky21
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by bricky21

3T ergosum.

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by digitalnorbs

you dont think its the ergonova

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Too much reach to be ergonova.

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Ergosum, yes. Roomy "modern ergo".
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thank you, any of you guys tried them

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by digitalnorbs

by the way, is this kind of what zipp has, the modern ergo
http://zipp.com/bars/service-course-sl-bar/

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I used the Ergosum for a while, and they're fine. I prefer shorter reach bars and longer stems since I have a tendency to hit the bars with my knees. Long femurs, short upper body. So I changed to Ergonovas (too small for my hands) and then Deda RHM (just right).
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by bricky21

Yep, Thats how I knew what they were. I love them what do you want to know? Handlebars are like saddles, and shoes, and pedals, and well, everything else. They're really personal. I use them because I can use the brakes and shifters from every position without twisting my wrists uncomfortably, but that won't be the case for everybody.

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