In case anyone's wondering what that ended up like
(Bars have had 40mm cut off the drops)
May as well cut another 100mm off the drops. I hope that’s a hill climb bike.
How do you even use the drops on this without two broken wrists?
Close but no cigar
how is this even close ?
I am just trying to be nice to Amey. He has stuff that belongs to me
These ones look like spoonbills or something. Those other ones looked like elephants. Bars down, hoods off, replace with hoods that look like hoods.
Remind me what the point of the drops is?
Do your worst…
I have those bar and I have looked into this as well. Frustratingly even at max it would still upset the bdhu god. see ww thread
this person needs to go back to linear algebra 101 if he/she thinks 3 points on the same plane is of any meaning
Bdhu is a death cult
i have given it some thought and bdhu has been implemented without proper research. If superzeros fall foul of the rules, the rules are wrong
my friend's bike hope we can still speak after this
I hope your friend is alright. Looks like a nasty crash
Yes to stickers pls
Is it wrong to question someone’s bike fit purely based on Bdhu? A colleague spent £XXX and 5 hours on a fit and their bars are parallel to the top tube. This is on a sloping tt compact. Their hoods are good at about a 6deg rise, but oh my the drops. The DROPS!! What have you done to me???
I’m seeing a theme.
Drops parallel to
1; top tube
2; down tube
3; some random axis I know nothing of.
I am in for bdhu stickers, need a nice illustration though
Who knows Matt Blease?
maybe @Kidneys knows someone
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