RRBBO13 Sans Seat Post

Mar 26, 2012
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Hey Kevin, hope all is well in Mesa! What if you didn't cut holes for straight bars ( I think a curved bar would accentuate your curvy frame better) , but instead, cut notches in the front of the tubes and inset a rounder bar from the front? My paint / graphic skills aren't the best, but here's what I'm thinking.

It would simulate the arc of the fork braces / crowns. Probably be better for steering and more comfortable too.

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Hey Kevin, hope all is well in Mesa! What if you didn't cut holes for straight bars ( I think a curved bar would accentuate your curvy frame better) , but instead, cut notches in the front of the tubes and inset a rounder bar from the front? My paint / graphic skills aren't the best, but here's what I'm thinking.

It would simulate the arc of the fork braces / crowns. Probably be better for steering and more comfortable too.

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I was thinking of this too. I certainly won’t have time to powdercoat it, and the tubing is just so thick compared to the frame I don’t really like it...


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I want something like this to happen - summer sucks for working on Bikes here in Phoenix. I’ll see if I can finish up.



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