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    Cool Part of the family now

    Just picked up her tonight. '14 w 780 miles.

    Can't wait to accessorize and ride her!!!
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    Congrats on the new bike, great color scheme!

    And welcome to the forum,

    Brian

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    Welcome! Nice find
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    Welcome. That bike looks new.
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    love the blue
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    Welcome to the TW family! Congrats on the find, great looking bike.....enjoy....we all do!
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    I too am new and just picked up my 2016. I'm sure I'll have lots of questions coming.
    I was watching a youtube video of a guy upgrading the handlebars and he ended up having to do a lot of rewiring because the cables weren't long enough.
    Can someone point me to a thread of handlebars/risers that are turnkey and work without having to do all that?
    Thanks in advanced.!
    Mobile, Alabama

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    So many are using Protaper ATV high bars. Also or any 2” riser that suits your fancy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brewhaha View Post
    I too am new and just picked up my 2016. I'm sure I'll have lots of questions coming.
    I was watching a youtube video of a guy upgrading the handlebars and he ended up having to do a lot of rewiring because the cables weren't long enough.
    Can someone point me to a thread of handlebars/risers that are turnkey and work without having to do all that?
    Thanks in advanced.!
    Mobile, Alabama
    2 inch risers seem to be the max before having cable issues. I installed these and like being able to adjust at both pivot points: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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    Welcome and nice bike! Cheers
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