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Old 05-01-03, 09:25 AM
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MichaelW
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The bar ends should line up with your shoulder joint. I prefer mine a bit narrow, but it doesnt cramp my breathing. Try and avoid overly wide bars which triangulate your arms out. This removes any natural suspension you have.
In addition to width, bars come in a variety of drop radii and bend styles. Cinelli and 3TTT make a wide range with most styles included.
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