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Old 10-06-09, 08:16 PM   #1
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SRAM and Ergosum Cable Routing

Just curious as to how people are routing SRAM cables on the Ergosum (Pro). Doesn't have grooves, so I was thinking brakes in the front, shifters in the back. Is this what most people do?
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With almost any handlebar, when I'm routing cables for SRAM shifters I always do brakes in the front where a groove would normally be, and derailleur housing around the back and then underneath the bar so that its at the bottom.
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