One thing that bugs us more than anything is the lack of symmetry when customizing or building bikes. Things have to flow right, or it looks goofy and nobody wants a lame looking ride after they have spent time and money to make it stand out.
Such was the case with our pal’s Sporty. He wanted to get a set of ape hangers on his bike, but was only obsessed with the high-rise semantics and having it match the profile of his forks was never a concern. That was until we said something to him about having the bars sticking out past his fork tubes, which is a big pet peeve of ours.
After talks of buying new bars and the cost involved, we suggested yanking them off and sectioning the width down a bit to match the narrow glide fork. He was into it so we headed over to see Anthony of Chassis Design Co to show how you could do this yourself. HB
Man Hours: 1
Aftermarket Parts Used: None
Total Cost: $0
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