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  1. #1
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    wanted: oneup 35mm riser carbon bar

    I can't seem to find this in stock anywhere. Maybe you have one for sale or have seen one in a shop or something. Also need a 35mm clamp stem in 40mm.
    Thanks!
    I am curious to try this bar, so any feedback would be great. I watched a few youtube videos.
    I am really looking for a carbon 35mm clamp riser bar, carbon. 780 length. in case you have that. and a stem. I bought a used bike that has 31.8 and I miss that stiff responsiveness
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  3. #3
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    I have two of the 20mm rise OneUps in stock and some 35 and 40 mm reach stems. I sold my last 35mm rise bar a few week ago.

    Iíve got a set of the 20mm on my Rascal. Iíve got messed up thumbs and wrists and have had good result thus far with the comfort and control of the bike.



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  4. #4
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    I've got a new Industry Nine 40mm stem. Red body w/black faceplate, can't remember what color your Tallboy is

  5. #5
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    I just ordered some stuff so hopefully sorted
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  6. #6
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    Everyone that has used it in my group of friends (myself included) has noticed a reduction in hand/wrist fatigue. The only guy who still complains about issues with his wrists / hands has refused to try them instead of the Renthal 35s that he's got on both his bikes "because moto."

  7. #7
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    I have various race face carbon bars. Bought a oneup based on the flex reviews. Turns out vital mtb testing was right, the flexes are similar between the two brands. Anyway the oneup is a nice bar but hasn’t made any difference in hand fatigue compared to my other bars that have similar amt of flex.

  8. #8
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    Got some riding on these bars. Hard to tell the subtleties of it because I went to a lower rise bar, and from alloy to carbon, and a bit wider, and from 31.8 to 35 mm and 10mm longer stem. So with all of that I like how they feel, the cockpit is more how I like it. And the OneUp are not more expensive than other bars. And look kind of cool.
    I did crash and the bars went straight into some rocks and are scratched up. So I will keep riding them.
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  9. #9
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    Quote Originally Posted by frorider View Post
    I have various race face carbon bars. Bought a oneup based on the flex reviews. Turns out vital mtb testing was right, the flexes are similar between the two brands. Anyway the oneup is a nice bar but hasnít made any difference in hand fatigue compared to my other bars that have similar amt of flex.
    I agree. I haven't noticed any difference between my race face carbon bars and the oneup bar.

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