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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-10-2019, 11:29 AM Thread Starter
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These bars?

Motone customs recently posted this image on their FB page, does anyone know what the bars on middle bike are called?
Iíve been wanting to change the bars for a while, and these really caught my eye.
Any input greatly appreciated
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They look flatter than the BB bars. Definitely “beach bars” of some sort — wide and flat. But the bike’s not a Triumph right? Raisch does have some beach bars for the Bobber, which I’ve been considering. Trying to decide if I would like handlebars that wide, which I’ve never had...
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They look flatter than the BB bars. Definitely ďbeach barsĒ of some sort ó wide and flat. But the bikeís not a Triumph right? Raisch does have some beach bars for the Bobber, which Iíve been considering. Trying to decide if I would like handlebars that wide, which Iíve never had...
Correct, judging by the tank of the middle bike, Iíd say itís a Harley.
Iíve found and ordered some nice wide old fashioned bars. Iíll post pics when I fit them.

The company is called Ďlouisí based in Germany. I found them via an article in ĎBuiltí magazine.
Itís a good digital mag (paper copies also available), worth subscribing to if you like all things custom bikes.


https://www.builtmag.co.uk/
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i like the rear tires. especially with the short fenders as it really shows off the tread. however, not sure how they would perform. anybody have experience with these types of tires (also have seen them on the fronts as well on bikes too).
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