Another vote for Ergon grips...
I am assuming you have the Speed Pro with the flatbar, and not the Speed Pro TT with bullhorns. You CAN get bars with different sweep angles - you probably have a sweep of around 3-5 degrees...
for example (Pro Moto, Moto Ace) has bars in 5, 11, 17 degrees
also makes some (e.g. Duraflite lineup has 9 & 12 degrees
) but I think are more expensive because they are higher grade aluminum or carbon.
Make sure you get a bar with a 25.4 clamp diameter, and not the larger 31.8...
I like Universal Cycles site to get a good idea of what is out there:
here's some more exotic shaped bars
There are some cheapie options too if you look for them
I can't find the one I recalled from Nashbar any more, but Universal shows some "Kalloy"
Seems like around $10-$20 for the cheapies, $30 or so for the Salsa's, and $75+ for the Syntace. The difference probably comes down to weight (higher cost, lighter bar), appearance/style, and possibly construction quality. Good luck, cheers!
PS. "On One" make some interesting bars too.
reviews) (real-world pics
The Fleegle Pro
or regular Fleegle (Pro weighs 110g less...)
Description: "It's a wide wide flat bar ... ideal for anyone that wants a tough wide flat bar. Specs are:- 15 deg back sweep. 20mm forward offset to negate the "stem shortening" effect of the big sweep back. 105mm straight centre section - for clamping lights and stuff on in the middle. 716.7mm (28.2in) length - designed to be cut down as you wish. 6061-T6 (bend not snap) alloy. 330g on my wifes cooking scales at full width."
Last edited by 4cmd3; 12-12-08 at 10:25 PM.