Jacob! Your Clem was the one that made me think "Albas are so good 
looking"! You've got a nice color scheme that you've maintained as well! I 
saw your bike on IG and loved it.

Glad to know the option is there should I swap bars, I've been with the 
Boscos since late 2015 and really cannot complain so I'm gonna stick with 
them for now.

I'm also wondering about your tires, do you ever take them on trails? Any 
issues with the close clearance with the fenders?


On Friday, March 2, 2018 at 5:19:14 AM UTC-8, Jacob wrote:
> Vincent-
> Congratulations on the Clem!  I have "flipped" Albatross on mine and they 
> work great.  I went from the 55 Boscos to the 55 'Tross (can we call them 
> that now to avoid confusion?) so the width wasn't an issue. However, my 
> main goal was get the position next to the stem higher than the ends to 
> relieve tuck when moving forward. They are comfortable, but you'll need to 
> get that stem way up there if you want to keep your flares around saddle 
> height. Might negate the "cool".
> Here's the link to my post if you want photographic evidence: 
> https://groups.google.com/forum/#!searchin/rbw-owners-bunch/nyc/rbw-owners-bunch/-m-oQxuUh80/ny6IPWX0AAAJ
> The Bosco is still the most versatile bar when it comes down to it. If 
> you're riding where it looks like your riding, I'd stick with them.  If 
> you've just gotta try something else, then the Choco would be a great 
> contender as Coal Bee mentioned. Not trying to push you away from the 
> 'Tross, but keep those Boscos around just in case...
> Let us know what you come up with. Happy riding!
> -Jacob

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