The Protaper ATV series has been a go-to for gen1 bars for a long time. A lot of guys like the "mid". I agree with the above poster that the stock bend SUCKS.
Since you like the stock bend this may be useless info, but I run protaper XR50 mini highs on my bike, and I think it was one of the best upgrades I've ever done to the bike. I was blindsided by not just how much more comfortable it is, but how much better it handles in the woods. You can slide your ass back in the sand, but with stock bars if you're in an aggressive position up on the pegs, your hands are *under* you in a weird way. It really limits how you can control where your weight works, and it gives you clumsy control. I didn't realize how much it was impacting my riding until I changed. Now I'm a boring dad mostly commuting and I still find the mini hi bend comfortable. The mini Hi's are also very narrow, but I find with my weight where it ought to be I can steer the bike just fine with a little throttle and the narrow bars... and with a bike this heavy, being able to fit through trees in 2nd gear instead of waggling through is a huge plus, and they also lane split great. Rereading that it sure reflects how I used to use the bike--commuting in NYC and then sandy stick farms in south jersey... your riding may differ.
Also, fwiw, I'm a tall guy.
Last edited by ldeikis; 02-24-2020 at 02:53 PM.