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Old 05-06-21, 03:48 PM
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Low-rise BMX bars

Doesn't matter about the sub-genre, bicycle parts are difficult to find as so many items are out of stock.
Who has the cool daddy low-rise BMX bars here in 2021? I have a bike with 24-inch wheels that's just begging for some low risers. Hopefully in purple, to match to the bike's graphics.
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Old 05-06-21, 10:36 PM
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How low? Universal has some Answer 5" pro cruiser bars in black. Albe's has 4" Fairdale MX in chrome. Good luck finding purple...
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How low? Universal has some Answer 5" pro cruiser bars in black. Albe's has 4" Fairdale MX in chrome. Good luck finding purple...
Ah thanks, I was searching for 'low riser' when it looks like I should've been searching for 'cruiser' bars to get better info.
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Old 05-08-21, 09:12 PM
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Got a couple pairs of the Answer 5" bars, they are pretty decent. Much lighter than I thought they would be.

Also useful for 26" mountain to cruiser conversions, as they have enough room for shifters. Many cruiser bars have very little room fro grips and controls.
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