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Old 03-02-21, 09:43 AM
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I would be highly suspicious of someone I didn't know showing up at a group ride with this bullhorn setup described in this thread.

I also am having a hard time envisioning how the hoods or brake levers on a standard shifter would even be usable when installed on a bullhorn handlebar. It seems like the hoods would be rotated so far down that they would be useless as a hand position, and the levers would be hanging down below the bars, making them difficult to reach.

I've only seen tt style brake levers on the ends of bullhorns, or the small levers that attach to the tops of the bar, or (more commonly) no brakes at all because they're installed on a fixie.
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