Old 09-27-20, 05:45 AM
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Trakhak
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Riding the bike on a trainer never feels the same as riding on the road; e.g., after riding on the road for a while, you might decide that you want to move the saddle forward or even that you like the fit with the base bar as is.

Given how easy it would be to cut the base bar later, it's worth considering doing several days of riding with the uncut base bar before you decide. Perhaps leave the bar untaped until you decide.
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