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My handlebars are to low for me is there anything i can put to raise it up so i don't have to bend a little while I'm walking

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You can buy handlebar raisers or even handlebars them self that are of different shapes. If you are bending to walk with it you may have clip ons if so try flat bars.

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you might want to try some Arrow Fly Taper bars. They work with the stock mounts and should add a couple of inches to the height of the bars. They are really nice to ride with and are alot less expensive that Protapers.

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you might want to try some Arrow Fly Taper bars. They work with the stock mounts and should add a couple of inches to the height of the bars. They are really nice to ride with and are alot less expensive that Protapers.

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you might want to try some Arrow Fly Taper bars. They work with the stock mounts and should add a couple of inches to the height of the bars. They are really nice to ride with and are alot less expensive that Protapers.

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you might want to try some Arrow Fly Taper bars. They work with the stock mounts and should add a couple of inches to the height of the bars. They are really nice to ride with and are alot less expensive that Protapers.

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you might want to try some Arrow Fly Taper bars. They work with the stock mounts and should add a couple of inches to the height of the bars. They are really nice to ride with and are alot less expensive that Protapers.

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