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    HMkrplunkitHMkrplunkit Member
    edited September 26
    Matt said:

    Cut that extra material on the steerer (once your fit is finalized)
    Get yourself a basebar that doesn't turn up at the hoods (the new Profile Design Wing 10a is great)

    9/10

    Ah yes, steerer is probably getting cut next month at the tune up.
    Didn't realize a flat base bar was desirable. That will come later. LBS/Fitter threw some surprise carbon ZIPP extensions on there because the stock ones were not the shape I liked... So I guess that is a big deal. HAHA
    AaronWebstey
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    MattMatt Member, Administrator, Rooster Endurance Member
    2 reasons for a flat base bar:
    When riding with hands on the bullhorns for any extended period of time, the rising section will press into the nerve of your palm (between thumb and index finger)
    It's more aero, when you're in the TT position.
    AaronWebsteyGranpa ChookKenElPescadoPelado
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    My new-to-me 2000 Allez. Dropping it off today so they can throw the whole cockpit and most of the components in the garbage. But I found this cool wall/sculpture thingie, so here you go.


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