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    Handlebar

    Saw one somewhere, can't remember where. Steel, moto style, lots of sweep and rise, thoughts? Looking for recommendations.

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    May be Nitto B352 CrMo (aka Albatross), or Surly Open Bar (also made by Nitto, I guess) - there are many others, but all in alu.

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    Aluminum would work as well. Looking for 2-3 " of rise with a 15-20 degree sweep. Slim pickins.

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    Groovy Luv Handles have the sweep you want, but only 1" of rise. You would need a riser stem to get the elevation you seek. The ones I have are Steel, but I think he's only building Ti now.

    LUV Handles

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    I think Dimension make some bars like that.

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    Good leads, thanks.

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    I would talk to Burnsey at Oddity or Todd over at Moonmen. Those Foco guys are all about the klunk bars.

    Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leeboh View Post
    Saw one somewhere, can't remember where. Steel, moto style, lots of sweep and rise, thoughts? Looking for recommendations.
    Might have seen our Razorbar on Bikepacking.com

    I can get you taken care of. Touch base, lets get something going for you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by leeboh View Post
    Aluminum would work as well. Looking for 2-3 " of rise with a 15-20 degree sweep. Slim pickins.
    SQlab 311 (high)
    16 degree sweep, 50 mm rise, 5 degree upsweep.

    SQlab: "The backsweep largely stems from the motocross arena where a similar backsweep and upsweep is custom."

    A bit pricey for aluminum, but they suit me perfectly, so I was willing to pay.

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    Bikepacking.com just did a review on this.

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    ^^^ Got it, thanks.

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