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Profile Design ADL Aerobar
Profile Design ADL Aerobar

Profile Design
ADL Aerobar

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Stretch out.

Profile Design's ADL alloy / composite aerobar strikes a balance of comfort and performance, tailored to put you in a position that will still be comfortable when used on a road bike. Its minimalist design features a fixed extension length, but the injected-molded F35I armrests can be moved forward or back into three different positions or removed entirely for a sparser setup. It fits both 26.0 mm and 31.8 mm diameter bars and includes a detachable aero bridge for maximum versatility.

Removable arm pads and Lightning Stryke Race aero bridge included. Claimed weight is 565 g.

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Great little bars
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast

As the other reviewer writes, these are not real TT bars due to their small size, and limited adjustment. But as he states they work well for getting down out of the wind. I've these on my Soma touringsport bike. I'm tall, 1.96m with long arms, but these little bars still work, however, I'd want a full size bar if doing a 40k TT. Just the ticket for what I want, getting a few miles in an aero position. Mine were missing the shims to mount on 26mm bar, but got on the phone, and Andrew had them in the mail that day, and received them in 2 days. Great service!

Reviewed 7/17/2018
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