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... i reckon i save around $50 - $60 a week on transport plus if take into account the exercise i get as well then i really don't mins. Takes me a total of 35 minutes door to door which isn't too bad
But really, I enjoy my bar-end shifter bike as much as my Ergo shifter bike, and which shifters I use makes approximately zero difference in how well I climb.My personal objection to barends (and yes, I have them on one of my bikes) is not functionality but accessibility. The work well but I find them very difficult to get to if I discover I need a lower gear in the middle of a climb. If you can anticipate your shifts and shift while seated, fine. If you are surprised by the grade and need to shift while standing, they are awkward at best.