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ENVE Aero Clip-On Extensions are lightweight, adjustable clip-on carbon aero extensions for achieving a fast position on your road bike. The SES Aero Extensions integrate seamlessly with the SES Aero Road Bar and provide the fastest solution for athletes looking for refined aerodynamics on a road bike. The SES Aero Extensions are compatible only with the SES Aero Road Handlebar.
The Aero Clip-On Extensions are constructed from 100% uni-directional carbon fiber and cold-forged aluminum. The clip-on bars share the same extensions as the SES Aero TT Bar and may be cut to three unique styles including J-bend, S-bend, and straight. If the rider desires to do so, shifters may be run on the extensions.
The carbon pad carriers allow for a smooth vibration dampened ride and, with a reversible 8 hole pattern, the perfect pad position may be achieved. The pads are compression molded neoprene and provide a comfortable armrest and slip-free surface.
While owning a TT specific superbike is without a doubt something all cyclists should experience once in their cycling lifetime, it isn't required to go faster. The SES Aero Clip-On bars integrate seamlessly into the SES Aero Road Bar to help riders achieve the most aerodynamic position possible on their road bikes. Furthermore, combining the SES Aero Road Bar with Clip-Ons is an excellent solution for hilly time trials and triathlons where riding a road bike and saving weight offers the best chances for success.
- Uni-directional carbon fiber
- Can be cut to suit length and shape preference
- Compression molded neoprene pads
- 476 grams (uncut)
- 5-year ENVE Warranty
- For use with ENVE SES Aero Road Handlebars.
B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.
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