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  1. #1
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    Jul 2009

    flat bullhorn bars..........

    so this isn't really about my single speed, although my bike is a single speed. I have flat bullhorn bars as the thread title suggests. I think I have my geometry pretty much dialed in but I feel like I still have a substantial amount of weight on my hands/handlebars. I LOVE the look of the bullhorns and I have the bar end levers which really grab nice.tty awesome. looks good. feels good and when I want it to, it flys.

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    Jul 2016
    you might want to post a drive side pic of the bike.

    you could raise the stem, get a taller or shorter stem, replace the bullhorns with porteurs or something similar, or just work on the strength of your lower back and abs.
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