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#466855 - 09/12/08 08:19 AM Comfortable touring handlebars
Makallo
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Hello everybody.
I'd like to introduce myself first, as I'm new in this family. I expect to share and learn a lot from long experienced bikers on this site.
So I wondering for some help as I'm looking for a comfortable handlebar.
My touring bike it's a transformed BTT, and I've seen two models. The anatomic road like the below Orbea Arama:
[img:left]http://bicicletasguillermo.com/guillermo/bicicleta-orbea-arama-shimano-tiagra-p-1516.html[/img]
The other one its the one the Orbea Artea has:
[img:left]http://bicicletasguillermo.com/guillermo/bicicleta-orbea-artea-shimano-rapid-fire-p-1517.html[/img]
Finally and chepear solution it's a standard BTT handlebar with nice grips.
Please any help regarding this theme?
Despacito y por la derecha.
Saludos
Makallo
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#466859 - 09/12/08 08:36 AM Re: Comfortable touring handlebars [Re: Makallo]
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Hallo Makallo,

here are the correct links to the bikes

Orbea Arama

Orbea Artea

Sorry, but I can't give you any advice.

Bernd
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#466938 - 09/12/08 01:41 PM Re: Comfortable touring handlebars [Re: Velomade]
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Thanks Bernd,
As you can see I still can't manage very well in the forum.

Best regards
Jabi
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#466947 - 09/12/08 02:20 PM Re: Comfortable touring handlebars [Re: Makallo]
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Hello Jabi,

you will get informations about all kind of handlebars within minutes, if you post your request in the german forum. There are a lot of experts.

Bernd
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#467501 - 09/15/08 07:41 AM Re: Comfortable touring handlebars [Re: Velomade]
Makallo
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Hello Bernd,

Thanks for this clue. I tried asking people in the spanish forum ad well, but I haven't succeed. Will you be so kind to tell me the link to the german forum?.

Kind regards
Jabi
Despacito y por la derecha.
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Makallo
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#467513 - 09/15/08 08:27 AM Re: Comfortable touring handlebars [Re: Makallo]
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Hello Jabi,

This link should work:

http://radreise-forum.de/cfrm


Kind regards,
Sil
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#467783 - 09/16/08 11:27 AM Re: Comfortable touring handlebars [Re: Sil]
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Thanks a lot Sil. Let's see if someone from Germany answers my doubts.

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Jabi
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