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Coefficient Wave Handlebar--Anyone Tried / Use?

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Coefficient Wave Handlebar--Anyone Tried / Use?

Old 06-18-19, 01:17 AM
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Originally Posted by noodle soup View Post
That's what I like about the Zipp SL70 ergo bars. They are swept back a little, and the top part is a flatter shape(with a deep groove for hoses/wires).
Picked up a set last year on your recommendation. Super comfy even through a 600k ride.

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