On one Midge handlebar in black. No longer needed

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Periday
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On one Midge handlebar in black. No longer needed

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Fancy trying these on my touring bike if anyone has a spare (with bar end shifters 3x9 would be nice) :) ..please pm me Thank you Michael
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simonineaston
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Re: On one Midge handlebar in black

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An interesting 'bar - a couple of my bikes had them. Should you achieve your ambition to own a pair *, don't forget they are considerably wider than you may have been used to... :wink: extra care must be taken when navigating narrow gaps !
* a pair of handlebars seems somehow odd when there's only actually one of them, but you'll get the gist.
(rides: Brompton nano & ever-changing Moultons)
Periday
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Re: On one Midge handlebar in black

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Hi thank you for the information about the midge bars . I believe there about 554 mm wide.I have touring bars(butterfly) on at the moment (610mm) .Looking forward to seeing the difference with the drops.I have down tube shifters so bars Will only have brake levers .Hence me looking for bar end shifters. Again thank you Michael
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