Hands on top.
PRO's alloy handlebars are some of the best known throughout the peloton for being stiff without being harsh and feeling just right in the hands. Comfort been taken up another notch with their PLT Ergo handlebar, featuring ergonomic tops to keep the pressure off your hands while you put pressure on the pack. AL-2014 double-butting tubing retains PRO's light and strong reputation, and external cable-routing grooves keep your shifter and brake lines out of the way so you don't negate the added comfort of the ergo shape.
31.8 mm clamp diameter. 128 mm drop, 75 mm reach. Claimed weight is 285 g (42 mm width). Widths measured center-to-center.
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Lightweight, aeroishflat top bar for comfort
Haven't installed it yet, but I expect it'll be just like any other alloy handlebar. Bought this one because the top bar is flatish so I can get on it on my forearms while on the trainer at home for a change in position.
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