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Surly Corner Bar

Old 07-02-22, 03:54 PM
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Originally Posted by Devilmedic
Im using the Surly Moloko bars. They have a cross bar, but, similar.
Kinda/sorta, I guess... I think the Molokos are more like Jones H-bars.

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Upside Down Corner Bar

I've turned my Corner Bars upside down. Much more comfortable....
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I have a project to build a gravel using a vintage steel frame.
I was really considering these bars but with normal flat bar shifters mounted on the horns with brake levers.
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