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Hi all good people, newbie here with my oldie 

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Slight update on the Ashton. New bars and stem

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On 2019. 04. 17. at 8:40 PM, Pít said:

Some small updates :)[...]

 

Some other updates :)

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On ‎19‎/‎01‎/‎2020 at 1:22 PM, Culshaw95 said:

Slight update on the Ashton. New bars and stem

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Whats the benefits to running a short low stem and high rise bars tilted so much like that on that bike? Just prefer the angle?

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On 04/05/2020 at 6:50 PM, Pít said:

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How have you managed to change the color of all anodized parts? Is it just paint, or it's re-anodizing?

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On 2020. 05. 21. at 8:36 AM, Target said:

How have you managed to change the color of all anodized parts? Is it just paint, or it's re-anodizing?

Home made re-anodizing :)

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On 2020. 05. 04. at 5:50 PM, Pít said:

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not bed

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My first modern Trials bike. Really getting on with the newer geometry! 

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On 01/10/2020 at 10:05 PM, Maintenance Justice said:

My first modern Trials bike. Really getting on with the newer geometry! 

I'd like to try that combo of 20" + 180? mm stem + high rise bars. Should give a nice hang-in feeling for manuals. Up-to-fronts might require lifting the handlebar right up to the chin, though.
That rodent in the pic surely would be happy about a little patch of grass plate in there, BTW.
Anyways, Jitsie comp bikes seem to be the best in value for money nowadays.

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1 hour ago, stirlingpowers said:

I'd like to try that combo of 20" + 180? mm stem + high rise bars. Should give a nice hang-in feeling for manuals. 

It works well for me being lanky, I am going to play with some low-rise bars just to what difference it makes. It does make it fidgety on two wheels but once you're on the back it's sweet. As for the rabbit run it's a work in progress ;-) 

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