Extralite Cyberends 37.06 gr. new World Record!

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by Dream Bikes

I've got the first two pairs, one for me and the other one probably will go to Christopher Sauser :D

Here are tech data and official pics from extralite website :

Weight: 19gr.(each)

Body: 3D CNC AL 7075TX

Bolts: special M5, GR5 Titanium

Dimensionss: lenght 100mm, diam. 24mm

Clamping: classic cut-stile

Finish: black anodized

Graphics: laser etched


Ultra accurate dimensioning and a beautiful one piece construction.

Through this highly sophisticated 3D sculpturing technology we have managed to re-create the classic cut-style clamping design.

This translates into a secure clamping on the delicate surface of a carbon hanlebar with only a truely moderate tightening torque of the special M5 Titanium bolts. i

The special M5 Titanium bolts are positioned in a recessed position to prevent injuries.

Furthermore these babies feature a structural engineering never seen before: internally tapered, oval machining, 3D carved enlightements, GRD5 Titanium bolts, smooth edges and ergonomically shaped safety plug-ends.

The classic cut-style clamping accepts wider tolerances of bar diameter.

Improve you climbing!

We belive that climbing efficency gets real benefits with an extended body position.

Body weight keeps the front wheel in contact with the ground while you can fine-tune the amount of traction you need on the rear.

Your upper body will also stay in a more efficient and relaxed position this also allows your legs to output more HP.

Compatibility :

CyberaEnds are compatible with standard handlebars that have reinforced ends (diam. 22.2mm)and can support bar extensions, like Extralite UltraBar and UltraBar UL.

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Here are my pics, first the real weight (which's under the declared value!!)


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by Batas

Probably my next bar-ends... What a beauty full piece.

What did you use before? I currently have smica, but I find them a bit narrow @ 22mm+- diameter...

Those are 24mm, and ultraends 26mm...

How do they fit in your hands?

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by Robin v Berkel

thare are lichter barend of 34.94gr
http://www.light-bikes.it/forum/index.php?topic=6569.0
cannondale Rush carbon SL team 8.75kg/19.29 1x10
viewtopic.php?f=10&t=101405
old WW bikes
Epic carbon 2006 9.3kg
Spark 10 2008 8.2Kg
Anthem Adv 9kg ( solt after 3 weeks not done )
scalpel 2009 7.97kg

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Robin v Berkel wrote:thare are lichter barend of 34.94gr
http://www.light-bikes.it/forum/index.php?topic=6569.0


PWNED!

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:D From light-bike.com
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Orbea Oiz - xxxx
MSC Koncept Carbon Di2 - 6955g
Leichtkraft Team Carbon - 6868g.

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Robin v Berkel wrote:thare are lichter barend of 34.94gr
http://www.light-bikes.it/forum/index.php?topic=6569.0


Yes but they're shorter...

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Batas wrote:Probably my next bar-ends... What a beauty full piece.

What did you use before? I currently have smica, but I find them a bit narrow @ 22mm+- diameter...

Those are 24mm, and ultraends 26mm...

How do they fit in your hands?


I used Ultraends, Smica and KCNC...

Cyberends give me immediately a good feeling! :thumbup:

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That's a lot of excitement for just bar ends.

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:lol: Probably... I always liked fancy bar-ends. :wink:

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by B R H

I noticed the CyberEnds are not availabe on the Extralite website. Have they been recalled or is demand exceeding production already?

Where can I buy some (shipped to the US)?

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Orbea Oiz - xxxx
MSC Koncept Carbon Di2 - 6955g
Leichtkraft Team Carbon - 6868g.

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B R H wrote:I noticed the CyberEnds are not availabe on the Extralite website. Have they been recalled or is demand exceeding production already?

Where can I buy some (shipped to the US)?


They have not been recalled, they are just currently out of stock with Extralite. But they are available. I don't know if anyone else has them right now but we do have them in stock in the U.S.

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by B R H

Any comparable less expensive alternative to Cyber Ends yet? I love the size & weight but the price is too high.

Anybody have extra right side Cyber Ends in black? I've got 2 broken ones that are for the right side but 2 good left ones! Apparently I crash to the right more often!

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by jbbikerider

Really? Go with the Ergon GX2 carbon grips/ends. I like Extralite stuff but the bar ends are whatever. Ergons give much better grip comfort for your wrists and the bar ends give better ergo positions for your upper body. Sometimes counting grams can be well You know. Dumb.

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by B R H

jbbikerider wrote:Really? Go with the Ergon GX2 carbon grips/ends. I like Extralite stuff but the bar ends are whatever. Ergons give much better grip comfort for your wrists and the bar ends give better ergo positions for your upper body. Sometimes counting grams can be well You know. Dumb.

Really? The Ergon are even more expensive & 3 times the weight. More importantly is the Ergon are terribly uncomfortable in any position but 1. I haven't tried the model with integrated bar ends, but hate any grip (or bar end) shape but round!

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