I am afraid this thread isn't a guide in HOW TO. It is more to start a discussion about optimal bars/lever interface. If your components don't jive do what you have to to make it work.
Outside of this thread, I mean. I only discovered it now.
Really cool bike but...
That's not too bad IMO. Maybe slightly bdhu
I think it is just hard with those levers to make it look "right".
i’m not sure if this isn’t appropriate for cx
So many things going on here
Nice cycling shoes...
The bars probably slipped down
Burdened by the seven layers of sausage looking tape
Thats spot on for classic shaped bars
That is an absolute beauty 😍
chode stem but the build is pretty spot on, down to the tune cages and fmbs
Off the peg frame adapted to a person that doesn't fit said frame with 120mm stem is alright by me.
Also traditional bars have often way more reach.
Stem looks more like a 90 than a 120. It’s a shame the only option for integrating the cables with the DCR headset is -17° as they’ve had to add a stack of spacers
Nice bike & build though
He could have a ritchey neoclassic bar or something like that and get a few spacers out. But I'd still ride classics over anything, super nice bike.
Thoughts on this before I wrap
^bars down and hoods up a bit I’m thinking
Nice bike tho
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