Road Cycling - Does anyone have FSA RD-250 Anatomic Handlebars?
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If anyone has experience with FSA RD-250 Anatomic handlebars. I would love to hear how you like them. I am looking at a new bike that have these. I have test ridden the bike and have not made up my mind how much I like these new handlebars. I like the way you can rest your hands on them, but am not sure if overtime I will find reasons not to like them. I would love to hear from anyone who has any riding experience with them. RACING, Long Rides, Hills, etc...
07-27-06, 04:32 PM
Confused, what are you worried about? They aren't that different from most short reach bars are they? They came stock on my R1000 about a year ago and besides getting a larger size than originally spec'd I haven't had a bad thing to say about them. I just figured they were pretty normal bars.
I have them with my Campy group. Nice flat top, work great, no problems.
07-27-06, 05:01 PM
I liked them but they were too wide for me so I got the RD-200 in a size narrower. The RD-250 and RD-200 are nearly identical except for weight so I'll give a thumbs up.
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