Lightweight aero bars

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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big fellow
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by big fellow

List members,

Anyone have ideas on lightweight aero bars? Experience?

Have not done a great deal of homework on this, suffice to say that my current thinking is that it is much lighter to use clip on bars with road bars (non-carbon bars of course!).

As always it's a trade off between weight and aerodynamics, but am interested to see if others have ideas / experience.

Cheers!

by Weenie


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stumpys
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by stumpys

From what i know and understand from personal experience Syntace C2's are some of if not the lightest clip on available.

More sturdy too than profile.


big fellow
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by big fellow

ahhh...thanks - man they are super light!!!!!!


:shock:

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Tippster
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by Tippster

Schmolke are superlight, but $$$

The C2 appears reasonable value for money.

Anyone any feedback on the Deda Clip Aero bar?
"Ride it like you've just stolen it!"

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jer
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by jer

the new HEDs are supposed to be 250g.

http://www.velonews.com/tech/report/art ... 098.0.html

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