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Switching handlebars

Old 07-04-20, 11:45 PM
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Originally Posted by Senson View Post
From My experience, swapping drop bar to flat bar dramatically changed geometry of my Cross Check so things to consider. I needed to swap my stem from 90mm to 110mm and raised them about 20mm. your will be other way around. it was almost like "I should've bought frame one size bigger" but again I ride mostly rode bike.
Yes, & sometimes getting the right stem length & angle can be problematic. Worst case, one could buy a custom-made stem but that's a bit expensive.
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