Handlebar replacement

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osw000
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by osw000

Hey,
I'm looking to replace my old non internal routing 3T Ergonova Team for a handlebar as light (190gr) with bit shorter reach (70mm) and that leaves the hoods a bit higher when ground level (= flatter transition ). Could be the Zipp's SL70 a candidate? Any other to consider?
Pinarello GAN 2016 - SRAM eTap - Alu wheels. 7,2kgs.

osw000
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by osw000

Rephrasing the inquiry: do you Etap guys have a side picture of your short reach handlebars where I can appreciate a flat transition to the hoods?

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Pinarello GAN 2016 - SRAM eTap - Alu wheels. 7,2kgs.

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Marin
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by Marin

FSA compact? I really like the shape and the mild flare.

ArtV
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by ArtV

ControlTech Tux Compact Carbon

125mm drop 75mm reach (actual)
161 grams (40mm)

Much less expensive than other boutique brands and available at fwbikes. I really like mine.

Art

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biwa
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by biwa

Zipp's SL70 is a solid (non-carbon) choice. Or Parlee, 70mm reach and 128mm drop

osw000
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by osw000

I will try a second hand SL70 in alu before spending money in carbon.

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corky
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by corky

Deda zero 100?

I have both Deda and Zipp 70SL ergo, the Deda are 75mm reach though and the Zipps have a little back sweep on the tops also the tops are flattened.

Both are great

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