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New Handlebar

I finished switching out the old handlebar with the new hotness. Replaced the grips, brake levers, shifters onto the new trekking bar.




Now I've got an upright,really upright and semi drops . Waiting for the bar extender and my new Garmin 500! Beachgrad, I was jealous of all the cool data your strava page had.. data envy

And the Velocity Chucker
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