Since they have a fixed attachment to the stem, it all depends on your head
tube angle. They are MTB handlebars originally. I think the current
versions were meant for Bombadils, which have a 70.5 or 71 degree head tube
angle. If your head tube is steeper than that, the ends will point up
slightly. By the same token, if you have a more slack angle, they will
point down slightly.
On Monday, February 12, 2018 at 3:59:45 PM UTC-8, tc wrote:
> Hey Clayton, I was reading your post about Bullmoose upsweep, and wondered
> if you could clarify. It looks to me that the actual bar itself is flat.
> The Nitto catalog doesn't mention an upsweep, so maybe you're referring to
> the upward angle of the two braces coming from the stem top to the bar (to
> form the triangle)? Or maybe there are other variants still sold? Thanks!
> On Friday, February 9, 2018 at 12:07:43 AM UTC-5, Clayton.sf wrote:
>> So many factors that could make one work better for you than the other
>> that you need to try both for yourself to really know. I would choose
>> almost any bar over the bullmoose. Their upsweep annoys my hands (have no
>> issues with other flat or riser bars). should be easy enough to sell the
>> one you like less.
>> Clayton Scott
>> ST, CA
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