Zipp Vuka Evo Carbon Extensions
Vuka Evo extensions decrease drag by starting airflow over the body sooner while keeping the arms and wrists in a comfortable, relaxed position.
The Evo shape, with a 20mm inward roll and multi-radius bend, is now available for the first time in carbon, allowing for even more complex shaping and lighter weight.
Utilizing the same Exogram technology found in SRAM RED crankarms, the Vuka Evo Carbon 70 and 110 go beyond the capabilities of aluminum. The end is contoured to better fit the hand, as well as transition smoothly from the back of a mechanical shifter. Cable routing is fully internal.
An included bezel allows the end to integrate visually and aerodynamically with SRAM RED eTap Clics and sand-paint provides excellent grip without the need for bar tape. Length is increased to 380mm (from the 360mm length of the Alumina Evo), further increasing fit options. The Vuka Evo Carbon 70, with its 70mm rise, places the hands in the same position as the previous ski tip extension.
The large 110mm rise on the Vuka Evo Carbon 110 provides the best fit for riders using under base bar extension mounting, and has come to be the bar of choice for many professional triathletes using SRAM RED eTap. With two rise options, longer length, and the best ergonomics available, the Vuka Evo Carbon allows any rider to achieve his or her ideal fit.
Compatible with Vuka Clip, Vuka Aero and all 22.2 systems
Internal cable routing
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