EXS Aerover Cockpit

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by renoracing

These look fantastic. It really seems that they're in the loop with what us nerds want in regards to shapes and sizes... The 36cm tops with 38cm drops is just perfect, as is the variety of stem lengths, and the -10 angle is pretty middle of the road.
It looks like they covered the bases with some of the integrated adapters as well, based on the teaser photos.

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All of this looks really nice, but let's keep the expectations a bit grounded until these become really available, which might not be anytime soon (and I'm saying this as an EXS handlebars user already).
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Do we think they are offering custom spacers for the integrated bikes like Supersix and Tarmac? The Tarmac transition certainly looks very clean, but the Supersix seems to just use the standard spacer.
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StiffWeenies wrote:
Mon Aug 01, 2022 9:43 pm
The guy behind EXS is the same WW poster who published these lab tests on stems, bars, cockpits, rim brake tracks, and power meters.
I figured-out he was the same person. Still I have quite some doubt on the claims (and I would be very happy to be prove wrong). Are drag saving out of CFD or in wind-tunel? there are not brake hoods on the picture. Vision 5d reported weight appears very low, that's quite some time I measured one but it was quite above 400g regarding the stiffness that's quite a massive difference with a lot less material. Sure, the claimed monoblock construction will improve things, but I remain sckeptical (guess the Lamborghini design inspiration BS didn’t made any good on that matter).

Now, they would weigth what they claim, and be flexier than the 5D, that would still be a solid performance, 2 different drop-bar geometries, nice grip areas, plenty of stem-width combinations, slicker design than the farsport for example, they have very solid arguments.
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Lina wrote:
Mon Aug 01, 2022 10:55 pm
Does this fit on a 1.25" steerer?
that's what they say "is compatible with the 28.6mm diameter tube of the ordinary frame and the OD2 frame 31.8mm"

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C36 wrote:
Tue Aug 02, 2022 8:42 am
StiffWeenies wrote:
Mon Aug 01, 2022 9:43 pm
The guy behind EXS is the same WW poster who published these lab tests on stems, bars, cockpits, rim brake tracks, and power meters.
I figured-out he was the same person. Still I have quite some doubt on the claims (and I would be very happy to be prove wrong). Are drag saving out of CFD or in wind-tunel? there are not brake hoods on the picture. Vision 5d reported weight appears very low, that's quite some time I measured one but it was quite above 400g regarding the stiffness that's quite a massive difference with a lot less material. Sure, the claimed monoblock construction will improve things, but I remain sckeptical (guess the Lamborghini design inspiration BS didn’t made any good on that matter).

Now, they would weigth what they claim, and be flexier than the 5D, that would still be a solid performance, 2 different drop-bar geometries, nice grip areas, plenty of stem-width combinations, slicker design than the farsport for example, they have very solid arguments.
Yeah, the wind tunnel photos also show no model of a rider so maybe the numbers are just measuring the bars only? still, wind tunnel data can't be 100% relied on as one still needs to correlate testing numbers with real world results. It'd be amazing if it could approach Metron's stiffness though, as they're hands down the stiffest cockpit I've ridden on (haven't tried Pro Vibe Evo yet).

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CustomMetal wrote:
kode54 wrote:
Mon Aug 01, 2022 4:20 pm
I like the shape. Its not on their website yet.

https://exs-cycling.com

Any idea on availibility?
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Maybe its a test to generate how many likes/requests for it...then make it?
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kode54 wrote:
Tue Aug 02, 2022 8:16 pm
Maybe its a test to generate how many likes/requests for it...then make it?
The first batch of compact shape one can be preordered in china, while the traditonal shape one still needs two month of production.

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Really interested! Might buy one for my SL7 if the fit is as good as on the pictures.

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If it`s 1 1/4", then would love that on my Foil Disc.

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I have mailed them at 3 occasions during last 3 months. No reply, their websight doesn't seem to be addressed either so i guess they are down for now?
Anyone trying to keep a company afloat wouldn't just skip updates on the web.
My question just concerned an alu stem so nothing complex.
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I want to go with the EXS but not sure if they are release the handlebar in the near future.
Should I wait or go with the Farsports F1?
Do you think guys the EXS is comming lighter then the F1?
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