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Old 07-28-14, 10:08 AM   #1
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Red face a question about handlebars :)

hello fellow bike people! .....okay so im getting a fixie to use for commuting to and from work, i mainly want it for the challenge of no gears, because im going from a really active job to one where i dont do as much as i used to(physically). so i really want the work out. although the bike im looking at comes with riser bars. im going to buy some new bars when i get the bike. just thought id stop by and ask a question or two now i was thinking of getting bullhorns because i really like the sticking out look, i think it makes the bike look really aggressive, and i also really like the look of drop handle bars....just wondering if i was to get drop handlebars, how would it work if you were to put the drop handle bars upside down? or would that be like stupid? painful for my wrists? just a thought before i buy.

This post is no longer needed to be used, i found the right place to post this question. if an admin could delete it maybe? thanks

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