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Old 10-21-06, 07:59 PM   #1
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Omg

My dad just surprised me and bought me a aerobar for my bike! Wow...not that I'll be using it too much .
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Old 10-21-06, 10:18 PM   #2
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Heres pics of it:

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Looks like a nice set, Max. They will take some getting used to, just be careful and stay alert when riding on them.
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I used to have the same model, but without that brace in the middle (they must have added that in the later years). Very nice, especially since the elbow pads stay out of the way when not in use so you can ride your tops.
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Actually the brace is a DIY thing.
I've been practicing on my dads aerobar.
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You should market that. Maybe even make it so you could mount a cyclocomputer on it. That would sell.
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Thats what the little brace is for - mounting a computer on it!
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welcome to speed!
takes a while to get used to, youll feel like you drank the first few miles...hehehe
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Very nice, i saved several minutes while using an aero-bar. Man that was one of the best decisions i ever made buying that aero-bar .
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