Enve SES Aerobar Enve SES Aerobar, a widely adjustable and very expensive aerobar. Enve SES Aerobar The basebar can be situated to elevate the grips as pictured or upside down to lower the brake grip position. Enve SES Aerobar The system is UCI legal, with a 3:1 basebar ratio. Enve SES Aerobar The brake grips are parallel to the ground. Enve SES Aerobar The basebar bisects the brake grips. Enve SES Aerobar Pad width when the extensions are in the wide position is a fit limitation. They cannot be pushed wider than shown in this picture, which can create torque through the shoulder. Enve SES Aerobar The SES Aerobar can drop the extensions below the basebar for lower positions. Enve SES Aerobar They can be pedestalled as high as 35mm above the basebar. Spacers are included with the bar. 3T Vola Pro 3T Vola Pro is a new entry level two-piece aerobar with a wide span of
adjustability. 3T Vola Pro Risers can prop the extensions and pads high above the basebar in unison to create a more relaxed fit or to make the brake grip position more aggressive without altering the aero position. 3T Vola Pro Wrist relief extensions, reminiscent of a Blackwell Research design, create a comfortable grip. 3T Vola Pro Stack height can be raised between 10 and 30mm using pedestal-style spacers. The extensions can be moved fore and aft, in and out. 3T Vola Pro Elbow pad bolts provide all the reach adjustment, so they cannot be pulled far back toward the rider. 3T Vola Pro The basebar has an aero profile and upturned brake grip. 3T Vola Pro The complete system–basebar, extensions and riser kit–goes for 200 euros, roughly equivalent to $250. Pro Missile EVO Pro Missile EVO aerobar has a pedestalling aerobar riser kit that will greatly increase the fit range of this bar. Pro Missile EVO The riser kit can also be used on the clip-on aerobar. Syntace C6 The first new Syntace aerobar in years, the C-6. Syntace C6 The extensions shape creates a very comfortable grip position. Syntace C6 A lack of adjustability is the bar’s greatest shortcoming.
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