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Cruise the hood and then drop the hammer.

Regardless of how much or how little time you like to spend in the drops, roadies who use integrated shifters can now attach them to the 3T Ergosum Pro Handlebar and easily adjust its reach and angle for a comfortable ride. This shallow drop bar's narrow radius was designed to fit brake-shift levers and allow ample adjustment with its slightly greater reach length. The aluminum bar provides a natural-feeling hood position since you spend a majority of your time there, but when you need to catch up with the pack, the ergonomic drops provide the stability and comfort you need for climbing or sprinting.

Tech Specs

7075 aluminum
(at clamp) 31.8 mm
40 cm, 42 cm, 44 cm
128 mm
89 mm
Recommended Use:
cycling, road biking, racing
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years
Actual Weight:
Black Ano, 40cm: 340g

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Is the weight listed here correct? 340g?...

Is the weight listed here correct? 340g? That seems quite high.

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I double checked 3T website before placing order and the actual weight is 245g.

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I set these bars up on my old Norco Rampage, styled like a sort of commuter/cyclocross style hybrid with front suspension John Tomac style. They are super light and sturdy feeling, and I feel confident really rallying the bike and rocking the bars back and forth, even on a converted mountain bike with knobby tires. I will eventually swap these to a road bike this summer, but in the meantime they are performing well and holding up to a giant dude bending and torquing them!

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I am looking for a compact type handlebar...

I am looking for a compact type handlebar that will put me closer to my brakes. Does this fit the bill?