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Tech Tuesday Ep. #7

2011 - "Wide Bars Vs. Narrow Bars"


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 very very useful
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 i like this guuy, hes coool
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 this was great!!
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 Needs moar MIKE
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 He be at Sea Otter!
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 I like how he says " if not a week...then maybe four or five hours" aha. Thats a pretty big difference!
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 How wide should they be for dj?
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 Find the head tube angle, most modern djs do have very slack angles to compensite for jumps, so wider would still be typically better.
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 i ride a lot of single speed where standing is key, and i find that the more you stand, and typically you are really cranking at this point, the more forward you must roll the bars...this does provide more instant leverage on the bike, and also leaning on the bars does not result in a herky jerky motion....kudos to the cycling maestro/trials guys for this one
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 i run mine at 25ish its really odd to turn sometimes but i can x-up pretty darn well Razz
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 25?!?!??! woaaah! im running 30inch on my DJ bike and its perfect i can still xup and my friends have bar spun them!
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 hahaha yea 25 the barspins are going alright
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 i rock the boobars on my slope bike and my friend can still barspin
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 no outtakes??????!!!!!

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