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06/01/2012

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anniebikes

Cool idea. The cork bar ends are a nice touch too. I've used corks on my mustache bars.

Sir_sitruss

I did this a few months ago myself, and also left my brake levers, random post, and a mirror (to make sure I'm looking my best) on.

http://i.imgur.com/CwXVv.jpg

Horse head on guard duty.

Matthew Cafone

This not only makes a nice way to store a bike but, it could be the basis for a really simple bike maintenance rack. If you flip that quill around and mount the gas pipe fittings at a slight upward angle, you now have a hanging rack with an adjustable angle to allow the front end of the hanging bike to be lower and thus avoid front wheel flop.

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