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Old 12-17-07, 11:27 AM   #1
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Euro trekking bars

Do anyone know where to get Modolo Yuma Trekking bars in the United States?
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Checked my BPS connected dealer, and they don't have them on the system. I personally wouldn't want them, because to use the sweep, you would have to position the secondary grips behind the stem which would be even more upright than straight bars, and not be a good fit unless one had a spectacularly long stem or short torso. Some people do like their bars just like that, but many also prefer them flipped forward, in which case they look spectacularly awkward, I'm not sure how I would get a good position on them.
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