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High On Octane

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Handle Bar Options
« on: November 06, 2013, 07:07:32 AM »
I've been thinking about changing up The Blackhawk a small bit.  Just looking for peoples' opinions, thoughts and feed back on a couple different option handle bars.

I'm looking at:
A - The Clubmans
F - The Superbike and
H - The Classic Drag Bars
http://www.bikemaster.com/handlebars.html

Thanks guys!
Scottie


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Re: Handle Bar Options
« Reply #1 on: November 06, 2013, 08:24:00 AM »
I think the Superbike will look the best on your bike, although personally I am a drag bar fan, halfway between clubman and super bike.
My two pence worth,
Kevin
I've been thinking about changing up The Blackhawk a small bit.  Just looking for peoples' opinions, thoughts and feed back on a couple different option handle bars.

I'm looking at:
A - The Clubmans
F - The Superbike and
H - The Classic Drag Bars
http://www.bikemaster.com/handlebars.html

Thanks guys!
Scottie

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Re: Handle Bar Options
« Reply #2 on: November 11, 2013, 01:34:11 PM »
Since you like to play offroad a bit, I'd go for the scrambles bars. The lower, narrower bars can be a real handful in the dirt! If you're going to stick to the pavement, my choice would be clubman bars, however you really need rearsets to make those comfortable.
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