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Want a Bike like this. Where can I get one?

Old 05-11-23, 10:38 PM
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Originally Posted by LifeNovice1
Yes I agree. I'd go as high as $80 if it were in really good shape. I'd just buy a Walmart beach cruiser but I want to be more upright and still like to stand on the pedals. Plus I briefly had a Raleigh that had handlebars like those pictures and I was amazed how comfortable that position is for your hands. Flat bars are really overrated.
I have hand arthritis and flat bars tweak my wrists and thumbs. I replaced the bars on my two bikes with sunlight touring bars, made a world of difference.

Would love to have nittos but the ones I got on Amazon are amazingly comfortable and inexpensive. My hands and wrists are in a neutral position when I ride. Young hands probably wouldn't notice.
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