Did a chop and flop of chrome drop bars to make these short bullhorns which are perfect for my riding. The short bullhorns do not interfere with the bike's fold. I tested straight bars with bar ends but did not like the look.
Before the bullhorns.
Bontrager gel tape. These are the cat's meow. I can ride with or without gloves now.
Since the horns are short, I can rapidly pivot my hands from the horns to the brake levers with no problems.
I was looking for setup that would offer multiple hand positions, comfort, an ability to climb out of saddle by pulling on the handlebars which requires moving your center of gravity forward and a tuck position for protracted cruising at high speed. A road bar would compromise too much of the fold. So would long bullhorns. A chop and drop is what worked best for my setup.