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    Bar ends for scalpel?

    Looking to get some smallish bar ends for my '05 scalpel. On longer, flat rides my wrists need an alternate position, and I wouldn't mind having them for climbing either! Any good ergo bar ends out there, in the same style as the Cane Creek ones, but maybe a bit cheaper? Thanks!

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    I don't know their pricing and I don't use bar ends myself but I have heard only praise from Ergon grips/bar-ends combos.

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    I'm using Ergon GC2 on my Scalpel and it works great: http://www.ergon-bike.com/en/grips/gc2.html

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    Unfortunately the Ergon GX2 bar/grip combo wont be out again until after Interbike as they had some problems during manufacturing. The regular ones are too big for me to be comfortable and I was hoping the smaller ones would do the trick, but I will have to wait.
    A teammate of mine loves the Cane Creek Ergo grips on his scalpel, I never got along with grips and bar ends are like saddles, everyone has different preferences.

    Kevin

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    GR2 is in stock and available at jenson

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    For small bar ends look at the Ritchey WCS. I use the longer Ergo version so I can stretch out my hands to rest my fingers on the bend.

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