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Old 07-26-13, 10:29 AM
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I've seen a number of these road bikes around campus at UNC. Mostly with grip shifters (!) and a two-piece drop bar with sleeve to join them, presumably necessary to get the grip shifters onto the bar since you couldn't push it around the drops.

Edit: Here are pictures of that generation of the bike, with the two-piece handlebar connected by a sleeve. I saw this on campus a few hours after initially writing this post.

Brifters and dual-pivot brakes are a def step up.
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