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Townie handlebar on dropped track stem pics?

Old 03-02-24, 03:13 PM
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Townie handlebar on dropped track stem pics?

Because fit reasons for one or two of my bikes, Iím considering an Albatross or other townie style bar non-flipped on a Nitto Jaguar stemÖ but Iím a bit concerned about how ugly it might end up yet hoping itíll look at least close to as nice as that bike owned by one tall guy who used to post here that had some kind of pullback bars set well below the saddle.

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My Schwinn multi gear bike has albatross bars.
If I find a level pic Iíll post it. Think I got something on insta from a couple years ago
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