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    Default handlebars for a kids bike

    So my nephews (13 & 11) got crf150f and crf80f. Both have stock bars, one is bent, the other wants to add bark busters that he got with bike but they dont fit on the stock steel bars.

    Planning to get them aluminum bars. Probably a off brand/cheaper like tusk.

    When getting new bars, is there a reason to stick with a small bike bar bend? Or is getting a "cr bend" acceptable and workable on a small bike?
    Current bikes:
    2012 250xcw & 1996 cr250.

    Kids machines: xr50, 1987 lt80, 2011 mini razr

    Prev Bikes
    2006 ktm 450 sx/xc conversion, 2006 200xcw, 2005 cr250, 2006 300xcw, 2003 crf450, 2002 xr400, 1996 cr250, 1996 xr280, 1996 xr250, 1995 xr250, 1993 cr125, 1989 lt250r, 1987 lt230

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    Default Re: handlebars for a kids bike

    I see a lot of pro riders run mini bars at 26", don't really need bark busters that narrow.
    present bikes
    2006 KTM 450 EXC
    2006 KTM 400 EXC
    1999 Kawasaki Concours
    1983 Husqvarna 250WR
    1968 Honda CT90 trail 90
    1971 Suzuki RV90
    1964 Honda CT200 Trail 90
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