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    Cool-blue Rhythm Sunline V-One AM Bar on SS

    I have done several rides w/ my Jabber in the last couple months w/ my stem/bar combo. The Sunline V-One O/S bar and stem! The bar is super wide at +730mm and stem is Thomson like stiff and even XC-ish weight. I have the bars uncut (for now) and grips at the furthest ends. It makes climbing out of the saddle on steep climbs much easier given all that leverage from the grip width. Single speeders should definitely try this bar.

    PS I don't work for Sunline nor do they sponsor me, so there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbnachos
    I have done several rides w/ my Jabber in the last couple months w/ my stem/bar combo. The Sunline V-One O/S bar and stem! The bar is super wide at +730mm and stem is Thomson like stiff and even XC-ish weight. I have the bars uncut (for now) and grips at the furthest ends. It makes climbing out of the saddle on steep climbs much easier given all that leverage from the grip width. Single speeders should definitely try this bar.

    PS I don't work for Sunline nor do they sponsor me, so there!
    It's what I've been running lately, my bike originally had scary narrow bars, boy do I have a lot more power now.

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