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    On One Fleegle Handlebars?

    Anyone know where to get the On One Fleegle, or something similar, handlebar in the US? I can't seem to find anyone who has it.

    I like the idea of a bar with that sweep, so I'd like to try it. If they aren't available anymore, any suggestions for something similar?

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaizmuth View Post
    Anyone know where to get the On One Fleegle, or something similar, handlebar in the US? I can't seem to find anyone who has it.

    I like the idea of a bar with that sweep, so I'd like to try it. If they aren't available anymore, any suggestions for something similar?

    Thanks.
    We should be receiving Fleegles in the US soon.

    Drop us an email to sales@titusti.com and we can let you know when they arrive.
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    Hope I'm not steppin on shiggy.

    Mary's were too swept, The fleegle is perfect IMO. Doesn't come in a fat bar but I like flex.

    Hot tip. Lay the bars on a table, then mount them in that general angle. Got them from some Euro place. Chain-reaction????

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbowho View Post
    Hope I'm not steppin on shiggy.

    Mary's were too swept, The fleegle is perfect IMO. Doesn't come in a fat bar but I like flex.

    Hot tip. Lay the bars on a table, then mount them in that general angle. Got them from some Euro place. Chain-reaction????
    If by fat you mean a 31.8 center, it does. If we have Fleegles in our next shipment we will have the OS version
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    Couldn't find fatty's last year. I bet since the OS are coming these will get popular. How about Ti and aluminum? Just curious. I too will need a second set soon enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbowho View Post
    Couldn't find fatty's last year. I bet since the OS are coming these will get popular. How about Ti and aluminum? Just curious. I too will need a second set soon enough.
    They are aluminum. Might be a Ti anno finish option.
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    Soma Odin bars are similar. 15 degree sweep. Heavier than the Fleegle.

    Use it, use it, use it while you still have it.

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    Anyone own these? Maybe shiggy can speak on them.

    I want to flat bar my CX race bike. Im gonna use the longest stem I can find, a 140mm, but I still may need some extra reach to get in a racy position. I was thinking I could use the Fleegle cut down to 600mm or 580mm. Would this increase reach over a typical sweep 580mm or 600mm handlebar? If so, by how much?

    Thank you so much guys!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheepo5669 View Post
    Anyone own these? Maybe shiggy can speak on them.

    I want to flat bar my CX race bike. Im gonna use the longest stem I can find, a 140mm, but I still may need some extra reach to get in a racy position. I was thinking I could use the Fleegle cut down to 600mm or 580mm. Would this increase reach over a typical sweep 580mm or 600mm handlebar? If so, by how much?

    Thank you so much guys!
    The Fleegle has more sweep than most bars and the forward bend it so you can use the same length stem as with a 3-6 degree bar.

    So, no, it will not help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy View Post
    The Fleegle has more sweep than most bars and the forward bend it so you can use the same length stem as with a 3-6 degree bar.

    So, no, it will not help.
    Thanks a lot! Back to the drawing board....

    140mm with a straight flat bar might almost get me as reached as I need... We will see I guess.
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