Let's See Your Time Trial bike

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Rudi
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Re: Let's See Your Time Trial bike

Post by Rudi »

Got that exactly from ebay. They are resold in the UK under a few different brands for a mark up. Zero issues for me after 2 seasons use.

Selcof
https://www.planetx.co.uk/i/q/HBSEULTCH ... -handlebar

PDQ
https://www.iancammish.co.uk/pdqbarsshop
Cervelo R3 - 5.4kg viewtopic.php?f=10&t=142420

addictR1
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Re: Let's See Your Time Trial bike

Post by addictR1 »

Rudi wrote:Got that exactly from ebay. They are resold in the UK under a few different brands for a mark up. Zero issues for me after 2 seasons use.

Selcof
https://www.planetx.co.uk/i/q/HBSEULTCH ... -handlebar

PDQ
https://www.iancammish.co.uk/pdqbarsshop
Thank you Image are the bullhorns pretty stiff to sprint on?

Rudi
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Re: Let's See Your Time Trial bike

Post by Rudi »

Seem fine to me but I'm generally not sprinting flat out on them in a TT. Certainly not noticed any issues off the start.

Don't know where you are based but there is a guy on the TT forum in the UK making wedges and other things. I've got a set of these from him and ther are top notch:

http://www.timetriallingforum.co.uk/ind ... read-this/

They also have the advantage of raising the bars at the same time as the pads if you want a higher hands position without having to buy new extensions/reverse what you have already.
Cervelo R3 - 5.4kg viewtopic.php?f=10&t=142420

addictR1
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Re: Let's See Your Time Trial bike

Post by addictR1 »

Rudi wrote:Seem fine to me but I'm generally not sprinting flat out on them in a TT. Certainly not noticed any issues off the start.

Don't know where you are based but there is a guy on the TT forum in the UK making wedges and other things. I've got a set of these from him and ther are top notch:

http://www.timetriallingforum.co.uk/ind ... read-this/

They also have the advantage of raising the bars at the same time as the pads if you want a higher hands position without having to buy new extensions/reverse what you have already.
Oh wow that’s sweet. I’m based in US though.


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TimmS
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Re: Let's See Your Time Trial bike

Post by TimmS »

Thanks for the tip Rudi!
I ordered some wedges, now I have to be fast next year :lol:

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