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Profile Design's Sonic Ergo 50a Aerobar features minimal frontal area, ensuring as little aerodynamic drag as possible, and a comprehensive fit range for optimal positioning. There are 100 distinct position options and combined with the risers, this bar offers 1500 possible configurations. It is also possible to easily adjust the extension width and tilt.
Features & Specs:
- Bracket: Sonic.
- Armrest: Ergo / 10mm Pads.
- Armrest Width: 124 to 290mm in 18.5mm steps (Extensions at 100mm).
- Armrest Offset: -70 to -2.5mm in 7.5mm steps.
- Armrest Stack: 60mm (min.), bracket is compatible with existing risers (totaling 130mm stack with 70mm of spacers added).
- Weight: 559g (Bracket: 234g, Armrest: 130g, Extensions: 195g).
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Very adjustable, works well
by T Kovaric
Easy to adjust. Having the raiser as an option is also very useful.
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