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Profile Design T2 Plus Aerobar

The T2 Plus S-Bend extensions are perfect for riders looking for aggressive positioning for time-trial or triathlon. They clip on to standard drop bars or base bars and have drillings to internally route your cables for added aerodynamics. Shot peen finish is super durable. Arm rest or adjustable for fore-aft positioning.

Features

  • Multi-fit System fits 26.0mm & 31.8mm bars
  • 6061-T6 aluminum extensions and forged brackets
  • Length, width, and rotational extension adjustment
  • Equipped with J Brackets for a lower arm position
  • Includes F-19 length and rotationally adjustable armrests
  • Shot peened and anodized finish
  • Dual cable routing holes for optional internal cable routing
  • Matte black
  • 512 grams
  • $139.95
    Item #: 718020 Weight: 512g
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    3/17/2011 5:14:36 PM

     Anonymous : 

    As an update to the tape comments, they no longer come with tape, but have have Velcro on them now. Great addition for the weekend stage race without another bike.

    9/1/2009 4:14:32 PM

     Anonymous : 

    I agree with one of the reviews about the tape on the pads. I did pretty much the same thing, put them together, drove to the race and one pad was gone. I ordered a spare set of pads and hot glued both on. No problems since then and the bars are comfy. Can’t beat the price.

    2/24/2007 3:22:08 PM

     Anonymous : 

    Great bars... They are not the most simplistic design, which means less aerodynamics, BUT, they are extremely adjustable which means you can get your body adjusted almost perfect to get aero. I fliped mine, so my hands are a lot lower, and didn’t use the cushions, I find it just as comfortable and not as bulky.

    4/28/2006 9:49:43 PM

     Anonymous : 

    Great aerobars with the new sporty straight ends. My only complaint are the cushy armrest pads. The tape they give you is sub par. I (my mistake) drove to my first race with them already on my bike and lost one of the pads in the wind. I figure hot glue should do the trick.