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Old 05-28-11, 12:42 AM   #1
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photo of 1903 'drop bars'

I like vintage cars, so follow

check out this link -

and click on 'the wording on the flag' link in the text to see these bikes closer up. they have reversed the bikes to read the flag the right way around, but I was intrigued by the apparent drop bars on one bike, and the snug-fitting mudguards/fenders
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Nice link. Interesting bar shape for sure. Unusual tight radius.
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