Building up an urban fixie or townie bike? Then you just have to have the classic Bull Horn Bars from Sunlite. They're made from aluminum with a steel center sleeve, so they're light, stiff and durable.
Profile's Stoker 26 Base Bar features a 26.0mm diameter the entire length across the bar, allowing the widest aero bar clamping area that Profile makes. This makes the bar ideal if you have a wide aero position or need a comfy stoker bar for your tandem. Made from double-butted 6061 aluminum, the Stoker 26 is light, not to mention shot peened and anodized for added strength and durability. Plus, it's pre-drilled for internal cable routing for aerodynamics and a clean look.
The Airwing has a deep drop to keep you in a wind-cheating aero tuck, making this a perfect base bar for triathlons and time trials. Made from double-butted 6061 aluminum, the Airwing is super light and boasts a wide clamping section that will accept any Profile Design clip-on aero bar. Plus, it's shot peened and anodized for added strength and durability and pre-drilled for internal cable routing for aerodynamics and a clean look.
The Zipp Vuka Alumina, crafted from 6066 series aluminum, offers a base bar with superior aerodynamics and ergonomics at an affordable price. - Handgrips are angled upward by 5 degrees for a natural wrist position when climbing or sprinting - Sleek with clean internal cable routing for easy installation
Vision's Aluminum Base Bar is made of triple-butted 6066 T6 aluminum for excellent stiffness and lightness, plus it boasts fully internal cable routing to keeps things slippery and low-drag. The wide 31.8mm clamp section has more than enough real estate for your preferred aero bar extensions and arm pads (sold separately).
Specialized's Hydroformed Alloy Aerobar is a lightweight, all-in-one, integrated aero cockpit. To fit nearly any rider, the 40-degree carbon ski-tip extensions offer 10mm of lateral jog for a wide range of arm widths and the included fit kit allows for up to 45mm of height adjustment. The aluminum base bar with an aero 3:1 cross section is light and stiff, and it's designed for use with internal cable routing for mechanical and electronic gruppos.
Get your next time trial or triathlon off to the right start with Zipp's VukaBull Base Bar. It's the first thing you reach for when you blast out of the start gate, so Zipp takes extra care with the carbon layup to ensure you have the lightest, most robust bar possible. The slightly concave nose section and forward-swept arms, along with the airfoil shape, reduce drag and stiffen the bar. Ergonomics are the key to comfort and speed, so it's available with a choice of zero or 40mm drop and the grips are angled up slightly for a more natural wrist angle when climbing and sprinting. Additionally, it has an extra wide aerobar clamping area for maximum versatility and adjustability.
Vision's Carbon Base Bar sets the stage for time-trial and triathlon dominance with monocoque-carbon construction for a feathery weight and excellent stiffness for maximum power transfer. It also features fully internal cable routing to keeps things slippery and low-drag, plus the wide 31.8mm clamp section has more than enough real estate for your aero bar extensions and arm pads (sold separately).
Specialized's Carbon Aerobar with Aero Stem is the ultimate all-in-one, integrated cockpit option. With enough adjustability to fit any bike with a 1-1/8-inch steerer, the stable, aerodynamic 17-degree stem offers 60 or 90mm reach. For even more range, the 40-degree carbon ski-tip extensions offer 10mm of lateral jog for a wide range of arm widths and the included fit kit allows for up to 45mm of height adjustment. The full-carbon base bar with a steeply aero 4:1 cross section is light and stiff, and it's designed for use with internal cable routing for mechanical and electronic gruppos.
The Vuka Aero by Zipp is an integrated aero bar that can be used with any stem to help you find your ideal position on the bike. A new removable center cap placed in front of the stem increases stiffness by 5% while maintaining the airfoil's sleek profile. Crafted using SRAM's Exogram technology, the Vuka airfoil is stiff and streamlined while maintaining the UCI’s 3:1 aspect ratio requirement. Rapid routing cable exits are positioned for easy installation of brake cables, and Zipp’s Vuka Fit software tool (available from the Apple App store or Zipp.com) makes applying your fit coordinates to the Vuka Aero simple and straightforward. Vuka Aero includes: - Base bar - Extension clamps - Armrest clamps - Risers (two each of 5mm, 10mm, 25mm and 50mm risers) - Vuka armrest pads - Vuka armrest - Steel hardware Sold separately: - Extensions - Stem - Brake levers - Shifters
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