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Tell me what bars you have,

Old 01-07-23, 11:09 AM
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Originally Posted by elcruxio
Of the deda bars or the various others? I may have some somewhere but all my various bike photos have been taken utility in mind so they're pretty scattered.
Don't go to the trouble to take a photo, I was hoping you had one of the setup that you described as: ... instant Nirvana. Something I'd never experienced before, ie. total comfort with drop bars.
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Old 01-11-23, 03:45 PM
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Originally Posted by sloar
And what you like about them. Iíve always used drop bars, but Iím building a LHT and have everything figured out except the cockpit. The Crazy bars have peaked my interest, kinda leaning towards something different than drops. Thanks
I made my own version of the Crazy handlebar by mounting some old MTB bar ends inboard of the levers; after the novelty had worn off I didn't find them very useful. Then I fitted Ergotec butterfly bars and liked them much more - I'd still be using them but that bike was stolen; its replacement has a flat and quite swept back handlebar, great for cruising around but I think I'd want more positions on longer rides. Its other replacement is going to have Cinelli 66 drops - I used to find these really good, I suspect I'm no longer flexible enough to use them well.
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