The SL-70 Aero is a unidirectional carbon handlebar is packed with the innovations for best-in-class fit, ergonomics, and aerodynamic performance. With its wing-shaped bar top, the SL-70 Aero features Zipp's latest bar refinements while building on the trend-setting aero legacy of the VukaSprint. The wing-shaped top was designed using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). The difference of that design is real, saving 6.4 watts over a round-tube section bar top. Beyond aero performance, the SL-70 Aero features a 70mm reach to allow proper fit without compromising stem length and steering control. The revised 10° ramp angle to the brake hoods eliminates the need for up-rotated bars. The bar also provides ample wrist clearance for riding and sprinting in drops. - Updated distinctive Zipp cosmetics - 70mm reach and 128mm drop allows for a low and aero drops position - Internal cable routing is easy with Rapid Route - Lifetime warranty
Zipp’s SL-70 Aero Handlebar dials in a fit so perfect your competition won’t see what’s coming—since you’ll be going so fast right past them. Made from unidirectional carbon fiber, this light and tough bar gives you all the hand positions you need and none you don’t so you’re always in optimal position for speed. The short and shallow bend keeps control at the forefront, and internal cable routing cleans up your front end for the sleek look you’re always out for. An aero top, ideal positioning, and feather-light weight: what more could you ask for?
Zipp’s Vuka Alumina Base Bars are crafted of sleek, polished, 6066 aluminum. They're stiff for power transfer and handling, and they weigh just 250 grams. The ends are angled up five degrees for confident climbing, sprinting, and braking. Internal cable routing and an extra-wide area for mounting aero extensions make for a clean set up to dial in your ideal position (extensions sold separately).
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).
Forged aluminum construction with a retro curved design.
The EA70 is Easton’s top-end aluminum handlebar with traditional, round tops. The EA70 is given an upgrade with the new MCD shape technology, with grooves for brake and gear cable routing. This race-proven handlebar has won numerous Cyclocross Nationals titles and benefits from all of the aluminum construction techniques that Easton is famous for — including TaperWall technology. - Weight for 42cm bar (grams): 280 - Bar Drop (mm): 130 - Drop Bend Style: Compact - Bar Reach (mm): 80 - Material: Aluminum - Bar Top Style: Round
Easton took their lightest, most comfort-advanced bar – the EC90SLX – and used second-tier carbon fiber for a more affordable package. The EC70 SL features the same top-of-the-line Taperwall construction to maintain stiffness while reducing weight; Intelligent Flexibility for added vibration dampening comfort; and Maximum Contact Drop (MCD), designed for comfort when you’re in the zone. MCD packs comfort-enhancing features like extended drops for greater grip range, 5-degree drop flair for increased wrist clearance while sprinting, and increased palm contact to eliminate point-loading that may cause hand fatigue - Weight (grams): 220 - Bar Drop (mm): 130 - Drop Bend Style: Compact - Bar Reach (mm): 80 - Material: Carbon - Bar Top Style: Round
$399.99 - $425.00
The Renaissance Man of handlebars, 3T's full carbon Aeronova LTD does it all. The mega-wide top section skirts under UCI rules, taking full advantage of the 3:1 rule for maximum aero advantage. The elongated, wing tubing also makes for an ergonomic grip when the road tilts up. Feathery light and stiff, the Aeronova is a master of the mountains as well as the finish line sprint. Internal cable routing keeps the tape-free tops aero and looking fresh, and 127mm drops provide a short and shallow reach for a confidence boost during accelerations and descents.
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