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    What is bar-extension for mounting twist-shifters?

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    Can you identify this bar-end extension? See figure from Rohloff Speedhub 14-speed Internal-Gear Bicycle Hubs (Speed Hub)


    The extension should bolt directly at any point without having to slide from an open end.

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    Here is one such item on page Cane Creek - Contact Points

    marked Newto 31 and mounted perpendicular to the handlebar with a white part bolted to the black part.

    Identified. This is a stem and not a bar-end.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anga View Post
    Hello:

    Can you identify this bar-end extension? See figure from Rohloff Speedhub 14-speed Internal-Gear Bicycle Hubs (Speed Hub)


    The extension should bolt directly at any point without having to slide from an open end.

    Best
    The setup shown in that pic will work only if you have a bike with a 1" steerer fork and a quill stem. A rare bike these days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy View Post
    The setup shown in that pic will work only if you have a bike with a 1" steerer fork and a quill stem. A rare bike these days.
    That's a good point.
    I open to the location--so can fix to stem, handlebar or other handy place.
    First need to find a boltable bar-end.

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    A "Minoura Besso Adapter" might work. Here's a pic of one I used with a shim/extension to mount my Polar HRM to:





    And here's a google shopping link.

    Good luck.

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    color me confused, but in what scenario/configuration would you want/need that?
    Honestly, you just take a deep breath and say Fuck it.

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    highdelll: visit the link in the first page

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    first page of...?
    Honestly, you just take a deep breath and say Fuck it.

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    should be first post of this thread

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    oh, seems like it's still pretty clunky - why not mount a twister to the bar?
    Honestly, you just take a deep breath and say Fuck it.

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