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WTB: Flat handlebar with 20-35 degrees sweep, 630-700mm wide. 25.4mm clamp, 22.2 OD

Old 06-24-22, 10:24 PM
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WTB: Flat handlebar with 20-35 degrees sweep, 630-700mm wide. 25.4mm clamp, 22.2 OD

Basically, I'm trying to put together some DIY Crazy Casey bars (pics below) on the cheap. I've already got some bar ends, just need the bars. Budget: $40
Clamp diameter: 25.4mm
OD: 22.2mm

My ideal handlebars would be:

Width: 670mm
Rise: 0
Sweep: 30 degrees

But I'm not that picky. Acceptable range:

Width: 630-700mm
Rise: 0-50mm
Sweep: 20-35 degrees

And, I should mention that I don't mind a forward bend in the bars.

I don't expect any real measurements other than width. If you could just estimate to your best abilities and and take a picture if possible. Thank you. Oh, and if you happen to know of some handlebars being sold that match my desired traits, please let me know!

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Old 06-24-22, 11:49 PM
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Wellllll, I finally found what I was looking for. Took me quite a while of googling. It's the "Arc" bar made by Dimension. 660mm wide, 27 degrees of sweep, no rise, 25.4mm clamp. Didn't think it could be done! In case anyone else finds their way here googling, it's the HB2018 or HB2019 model #.
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I like the functionality of the Crazy Bars on a bike I built for my wife. Put some interupter levers on the very end of the forward bar extensions along with the flat bar levers on the swept back bits and it's almost like you've got non-aero-routed drop bar levers AND flat bar levers on the same bike. Works great (even if looks aren't quite as nice).
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Nifty concept! I think it would make a highly functional, fast commuter. May try it on my next city bike build.
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