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Old 11-06-19, 07:17 PM
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I've done it all; electrical tape, heat shrink, inner tube. All have advantages and disadvantages, the inner tube is re-usable, heat shrink the neatest, e tape cheap and easy.

Now I'm using self-fusing silicone tape. Best of all worlds, except for cost which is still pretty reasonable.
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Originally Posted by Ronsonic View Post
I've done it all; electrical tape, heat shrink, inner tube. All have advantages and disadvantages, the inner tube is re-usable, heat shrink the neatest, e tape cheap and easy.

Now I'm using self-fusing silicone tape. Best of all worlds, except for cost which is still pretty reasonable.
Same here and the same conclusion, I now have black, red, blue and white.
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Originally Posted by HillRider View Post
As I mentioned in my posting above, I tried that tape and found when I rode with my hands on the bar tops I would catch the edges which tended to curl up and slip even if the tape were pulled as tight as it would tolerate. I suppose it works if you only ride the hoods or the drops.
The only issue I've had with silicone fusing tape is if the tape is dirty. It can't fuse if there is something keeping it from adhering to itself. I've never had it slip or curl and I ride with my hands all over the bars. The fusion tape on this bike has been there for about 5 years and about 8000 miles.

DSCN2007 by Stuart Black, on Flickr

The bar tape itself is amazingly durable.
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Originally Posted by pdlamb View Post
I re-wrapped my handlebar this weekend, and didn't finish it with electrical tape -- a first!

After previous wrappings, I'd use the tape included in most bar tape boxes, and then to make sure it held, give it a wrap or two of electrical tape. This time, I forgot where I'd put the electrical tape. What was in the box was long enough to make almost two wraps, more than I remember from previous wrappings. It's held for two whole days now.

What's other people's experience with the tape-that-comes-in-the-box? How well does it hold, is it really long enough, and does it hold on its own?
I've tried to use the finishing tape that comes with the handlebar tape but never found the results to be satisfactory. The provided finishing tape tends to be too stiff and inelastic so it doesn't stretch and provide a smooth finish...i.e. it wrinkles. And, as Red Green says, "nothing shows lack of workmanship like wrinkles in the duct tape".
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This is the tape that comes with SupaCaz. Whatever it is, itís far better than electrical tape.
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use both,


use 2 wraps of fiberglass filament 1" tape & logo finishing (fizik) over it.also 1 wrap under to secure the brake cables.
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Originally Posted by '02 nrs View Post

use 2 wraps of fiberglass filament 1" tape & logo finishing (fizik) over it.also 1 wrap under to secure the brake cables.


Yuck. That stuff is a guaranteed mess down the road.
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Originally Posted by Holy Rollercam View Post
Not all finishing tape is created equal...

This stuff is very flexible/stretchy and reusable.
I have no idea what the bar tape you have pictured is but, generally speaking, finishing tape is almost universally bad.
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So for silicone tape, is there also adhesive? ie. if your silicon tape overlaps both the bar-wrap and the bar, will it stick to the bar? Or does this stuff only stick (aka 'fuse') to itself?
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Originally Posted by AndreyT View Post
It is more of a matter of wrapping technique. The trick is to stretch the first loops of the tape (to make it conform) and keep the last loop or two relaxed to prevent creep. Too much stretch in the last loop, and any tape will creep and likely leave residue, no matter how good it is.
Yes, this works great with 3M tape. Cut a piece somewhat longer than one full wrap. (I find this easier to use than holding the roll of tape and cutting it later.) Stick the 3M onto an inch or so of the end of the bar tape. Pull it around and press it down. Now cut a second piece, start underneath the bars, and wrap with very little stretch. Cut the end to be under the bars, past the ends of your fingers when gripping the bar.

I often use a cut piece of Gorilla Tape, maybe 3/8 inch wide and 1 1/2 inches long, to secure the end of the bar tape. It won't slip. This can show through the electrical tape wrap, but it's under the bar.

Originally Posted by jadocs View Post
I have found that the tape that comes with SupaCaz is awesome and superior to electrical tape (at least on the version I have).
Yes, this is the first time I've ever used the included finishing tape. 4000 miles later, it still looks great. (and the bar tape itself looks like new.)

But I probably won't use SupaCaz next time. It's a bit too thin for me, and it needed some extreme pulling to get it to fit smoothly. My fingers were sore afterwards from all the pulling. It does look nice, though, and the matching screw tightened end plugs are good.

Originally Posted by Sy Reene View Post
So for silicone tape, is there also adhesive? ie. if your silicon tape overlaps both the bar-wrap and the bar, will it stick to the bar? Or does this stuff only stick (aka 'fuse') to itself?
Smooth on both sides. No adhesive. It's very stretchy, with a rubbery feel.

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Old 11-08-19, 08:55 AM
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Originally Posted by Holy Rollercam View Post
Not all finishing tape is created equal...

This stuff is very flexible/stretchy and reusable.

What's under the bumps about an inch outboard of the tape?
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Originally Posted by Holy Rollercam View Post
"Not all finishing tape is created equal..." seems pretty clear to me. Which part did you find to be confusing?
That's a single example. What part of "almost universally bad" don't you understand?
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Originally Posted by Sy Reene View Post
So for silicone tape, is there also adhesive? ie. if your silicon tape overlaps both the bar-wrap and the bar, will it stick to the bar? Or does this stuff only stick (aka 'fuse') to itself?
Yes, it only sticks to itself but it's very stretchy and there's a fair amount of friction between the fusion tape and any thing it is wrapped around. It's a bit like the self-adhering sports wrap. It's has a little bit of stickiness when you touch it but it doesn't leave any residue.
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Originally Posted by Holy Rollercam View Post
I understand it perfectly well. What I don't understand is why you are becoming increasingly confused with every post after I educated you.

You noted that "I've tried to use the finishing tape that comes with the handlebar tape but never found the results to be satisfactory. The provided finishing tape tends to be too stiff and inelastic so it doesn't stretch and provide a smooth finish...i.e. it wrinkles.."

I gave you an example of a very satisfactory option and confusion now reigns for you. That's too bad.
My aren't we feisty today!

You gave me an example that only is available with that brand of tape. I don't see anything on the ENVE website where they sell the finishing tape separately from handlebar tape. Every other handlebar tape I've tired...and I've tired hundreds...has finishing tape that is universally bad. That's the reason that so many people use something else.

If you are "educating" me, you are doing a poor job of it.
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Originally Posted by woodcraft View Post
Yuck. That stuff is a guaranteed mess down the road.
pic don't lie,zero mess down the road.
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Originally Posted by '02 nrs View Post
pic don't lie,zero mess down the road.

Take a pic & report when you change the bar tape.

You might need solvent to remove the goo from you hands before taking the pic.
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If you enjoy a double wrap, you may be interested in what was a new discovery for me and is working great- for your next wrap over existing tape but just the top part of the bars starting from the brakes....
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Originally Posted by Holy Rollercam View Post
You: "never found the results to be satisfactory. The provided finishing tape tends to be too stiff and inelastic so it doesn't stretch and provide a smooth finish...i.e. it wrinkles.."
Me: Here's an example of finishing tape that's very flexible/stretchy and reusable
You: "generally speaking, finishing tape is almost universally bad."
Me: reiterating, yeah, ""Not all finishing tape is created equal..."
You: "That's a single example."

It can be challenging to educate people who are really confused, as your responses here show.
You seem to be confused about what "confused" means. A single example of a finishing tape that is good doesn't make all the other finishing tapes good as well. "Generally" and "almost" aren't that hard to understand. If you provide me with more examples than a single one, you might have a point and you might be able to change my mind. However, there are still a very large number of very bad finishing tapes for handlebar tape out there. So many, in fact, that most people don't use them...hence the use of electrical tape and silicone fusion tape.
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I use black hockey tape. A little sticky at first but settles into a nice look quickly. Actually hockey tape is awesome for a variety of bicycle tasks like chain frame guards, shift grip, rim strips...
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Please don't feed the trolls.
What are you replying to?

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I did learn to not pull the electrical tape tight. It stays put just fine when just wrapping it without stretching it. It tended to try and pull itself back into itself if it was stretched too tight.
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I've given up on commercial bicycle handlebar tape due to its expense, thickness, fast wear, and difficulty securing the ends by the reinforcing sleeve of the handlebar. I now use Renfrew Brand Hockey Tape to wrap my bars. When I get the tape up to the reinforcing sleeve i just carefully cut the tap as it is and push it down onto the bar. This tape sticks really well and is hard to find the end of later it I want to unwrap the handlebar for any reason. I don't regret using it on any of my bikes as it's quite durable.

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Originally Posted by Miele Man I've given up on commercial bicycle handlebar tape due to its expense, thickness, fast wear, and difficulty securing the ends by the reinforcing sleeve of the handlebar. I now use Renfrew Brand Hockey Tape to wrap my bars. When I get the tape up to the reinforcing sleeve i just carefully cut the tap as it is and push it down onto the bar. This tape sticks really well and is hard to find the end of later it I want to unwrap the handlebar for any reason. I don't regret using it on any of my bikes as it's quite durable.

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I'm going to look into this.
Here're two images of my Bianchi with black Renfrew brand hockey tape. I've seen it in different colours at the store. I can't remember what other colours they were though.




Just looked at the Canadian Tire website as I buy my tape at the local Canadian Tire store.

https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/r...-0830095p.html

They list black, blue, green, red, white, bright yellow and clear tapes.

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Shrink wrap. I'll have to remember that. Nice.
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