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roadieNEWB: Biggest Classic drops on bars??

Old 05-31-10, 11:50 AM
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roadieNEWB: Biggest Classic drops on bars??

I'm building a race ready roadie, I'm looking for deep (very deep) drops and minimal length...nitto's seem close but are missing the cigar...any suggestions, ideas, companies? Any help given is much appreciated.
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deep in vertical?
the only drop bars with a lot of drop are track or pista bars.
like nitto b123, Deda pista or similar.
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