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Originally Posted by SBinNYC View Post
There should be no problems mounting a hadlebar bag with exposed derailleur cables. People have been doing this for decades before somebody calculated the drag produced by cables when touring at 30+ mph....
True. Handlebar bags fit behind the shift cables. Exposed cables are superior IMO because they have significantly less friction and are much easier to replace/service. Contribution to air drag is utterly inconsequential.
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