Performance at a great price. Deda know how to make quality components and these handlebars are no exception. With Deda's patented Rapid Hand Movement (RHM) design, aero tops and lightweight alloy construction these bars will not disappoint.
Deda handlebars state that they have a 31.7mm clamp diameter but the precise measurement for the clamp diameter is 31.75mm which most manufacturers round up to 31.8mm but Deda round down to 31.7mm. So a Deda handlebar will fit a 31.8mm stem.
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I am very pleased with the shape of this bar, especially. The flat top is more subtle than a lot of others I have tried. It's super comfortable, and has a great stiff fill when you torque on it while climbing/sprinting.
I am a fan of more traditional bends, but prefer maintaining a flat top profile in front of the levers for hand placement. The curve in the drops on the RHM is just the way I like it. A lot more forgiving on the palm of your hand than ergo-type drop bars.
Really happy with this one.
...The RHM shape of the Deda's suit me well. As a lanky rider with a relatively large saddle to handle bar drop, the smooth and tightly rounded drops are still comfortably accessible. Up top, the bar has a slightly aero cross-section, creating a pleasant, chunky grip when not on the hoods; standard cable groves front and rear keep cables tidy. Used in both training and in anger during a sprint finish at the Bath City Crits, the alloy bars provide stiffness beyond lesser carbon bars. The gloss finish is something normally found on more expensive bars, adding a touch of class so you sit quietly smug in the knowledge of the pennies saved from the Â£28 selling price. They weigh in at 330g on our scales, certainly not record breaking but competitive at the price point.
We can't see a whole lot wrong with the RHM 02s. If your looking for a compact alloy bar the Deda's are a great choice. The slightly winged tops provide a comfortable grip, plus, with their gloss finish they look a whole lot more premium than their price.
This is my first experience with compact bars. My previous ''anatomic'' bars were just not comfortable enough in the drops and the ends sloped down too much when I had my bars rotated where I liked them. The RHM 02 was exactly what I was looking for, just the right curve in the drops and no annoying anatomic bump. I spend more time down low on the hooks now, which I think is a good thing. I also love the shiny finish towards the clamping area, easy to clean and looks good. Not the lightest bar but for the money I think they were very worth it.