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Triathletes use aerobars to get into a tuck position that reduces wind drag. We stole the idea from ski racers, but aerobars are one of the most cost-effective ways to upgrade a road bike for triathlon. In this article Triathlete Tech Editor Aaron Hersh breaks down the basics behind aerobars and helps you decide which kind to purchase for your bike.
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To read the first Tri Bike Basics article, click here.