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Old 05-28-12, 06:15 PM   #1
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Pics of you areo bar set-up?

I am considering adding areobars to my heavy commuter (same bike I will be using to tour later this summer). I would like to see some pics of the various makes/models that are represented here.

Many thanks in advance!!

P.S. Title should read "Pics of YOUR areo bar set-up?" Sorry...
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Ride a SS/FG or get a derailleur like a normal person.
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Bridgestone MB-1 which is my commuter and touring machine shown here before heading out on a 600 mile roundtrip in Labrador and Quebec.

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Old 05-29-12, 05:40 PM   #3
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Autumn in Prince Edward County, Ontario
Touring bicycle by True North. Aerobars: Profile Design Airstrykes.
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Steve, While no pictures (I can remount and photograph them if needed) I suggest the Airstrykes as the elbow pads flip upwards when not in use allowing use of the tops, if desired. Use the optional cyclocomputer mount if yours doesn't attach to the stem.

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