Just to add a slightly different perspective, sometimes the "right" things
happen for the "wrong" reasons. I bought an Appaloosa last fall and was
very comfortable with the Chocomoose bars I had on it, but I thought they
looked a little goofy. I love the looks of the Bullmoose bar, and decided
to try it. I love those bars. I only had them on my Appaloosa for a week
before it started snowing, and then I put the bars on my old Schwinn
mountain bike that I use for a winter commuter. I've been using it all
winter, and I like it so much that I bought another set last weekend (the
last ones Riv had!) to put on my Appaloosa. So, while I had a silly reason
for changing the bars on an already comfortable bike, I ended up with
something I like even better.
On Friday, March 2, 2018 at 1:48:10 AM UTC-6, Vincent Tamer wrote:
> Hello, I am proud Clem owner! It's truly a great bike for me and I am so
> glad Riv made an "affordable" bike :D
> I am curious if anyone has tried a different bar setup on a Clem,
> specifically an inverted albatross. I am wondering if they are as close to
> the Boscos in comfort.
> Boscos are super comfy, but aren't the coolest lookin bars. I know that
> Clem was designed for the Boscos, I don't want to throw a wrench in the
> design just for aesthetics!
> Here is my Mustard Clem in the Mustard Field:
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