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There are 8 road bar geometries that should serve to adequately outfit a proper fit studio.
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This is the overbuilt incliner jig. Plywood sitting on a 2x4 frame would do just fine.
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A fit bike that had a built-in incliner would be ideal. But we can make do with the shop-built version.
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What should the incline be? This one take the bike to an 8 percent grade.
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If I wanted to simulate a steeper grade, I could nest this incliner inside of a wooden frame underneath it.
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This incliner is what I use to test seated, hands-on-tops and standing, hands-on-hoods.
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If you build this overbuilt version, keep the underside hollow, so that your hole saw can pass through.
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These workhorse FSA road bars are both short reach, and offer shallow and deep drops.
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Most of the new bars these days advertise their specs.
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This Sampson ACO is a nice example of a long reach bar with a standard drop.