Best Aero handlebar?

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.

hyvent
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by hyvent

CrankAddictsRich wrote:
Wed Feb 21, 2018 1:13 pm
hyvent wrote:
Wed Feb 21, 2018 6:14 am
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That's a great looking bike... beautiful!
Thanks Rich, I bought my Yoleo C50s because of ur review back in summer 2016

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hyvent wrote:
Thu Feb 22, 2018 1:49 am

Thanks Rich, I bought my Yoleo C50s because of ur review back in summer 2016
Nice... and now you have Zipps? What's your take between the two wheel sets? I actually have a full disc coming from Yoeleo, for the rear of my TT bike. I can't wait to get it and see how it rides.

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CrankAddictsRich wrote:
Thu Feb 22, 2018 1:54 am
hyvent wrote:
Thu Feb 22, 2018 1:49 am

Thanks Rich, I bought my Yoleo C50s because of ur review back in summer 2016
Nice... and now you have Zipps? What's your take between the two wheel sets? I actually have a full disc coming from Yoeleo, for the rear of my TT bike. I can't wait to get it and see how it rides.
Funny story, I crashed on the Yoleos twice. they run more true than the Zipp's even after the crash.
Those are built like tanks.
Handling wise, Yoleo's are better out of corner (lighter). When at speed, the 404's are great even under crosswinds.

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TLN wrote:Is there anyone who used 3T Aeronova and Specialized Aerofly.
Have Spesh bar, but have troubles installing Red Hydro in there. Both cables should go to inner hole (hydro) while on mech shifter they're on different sides. Thinking about swapping mine for Aeronova because of that.
Got Aeronova LTD and eTap HRD. They work fine. And yes Aeronova is pretty soft... good for cruising but maybe not so good for hard cornering.

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Enve SES Aero V2 (Di2).
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Is the v2 just updated for better electronic compatiblity?

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Yes. Previously, you couldn't run Di2 bar end junction with Enve since it's got "integrated" bar end plugs, in v2 you can.
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I just got these in.. 235g in 40cm size. I'm too lazy to route my brake cable interally (maybe eventually) my blip wire for etap does not fit though...I may try to shave the plug a little.

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by morganb

How is stiffness on the SES? The Cervelo bar and the Aeronova are too noodly for me but I found the SL70 Aero plenty stiff.

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by MichaelB

morganb wrote:
Fri Mar 02, 2018 6:40 pm
...the Aeronova are too noodly for me ....
This seems to be a commen comment re the 3T Aeronova, and whilst I am a budget WW, anyone know what the ALLOY versions are like for stiffness ?

Probably the wrong place to ask as they are 100g heaver (and heaps cheaper $80 vs $260), so may be worth a go considering I'm not the lightest myself.

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by Roadrocket

I´m just looking for any integrated aero handlebar for Cervelo S5 which can hide Di2 junction box.

The best option seems to be Vision Metron 5D to me, but I´ll much appreciate any other ideas!

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by TurboKoo

I’ve been happy with PRO Vibe Aero. It’s plenty stiff and for next year there will be SL version to shave some weight. Current version has been plenty stiff for me.
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Thanks for an idea, but Vibe doesn´t seem to be integrated.

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by WILLIAMDENYS

the vision metron 4d is not bad too, only not as aero as sworks aerofly...
- ridley fenix sl 105 - not lightweight
- sworks tarmac sl 5 r8050 di2 - vision tc 24 wheels = 7,1kg

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