Triathlon - Hed onepiece aerobar
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11-18-05, 07:59 AM
Just bought a pair off these but havnt fitted them yet but im a little concerened about the albow pads, are they comfortable and how easy are they to remove if i decied i want to change the width of the elbow rests as u cant get to the scews once the pads are stuck down.
11-18-05, 08:12 AM
I have only used them once. If they didnt cost so much I would buy them in a heartbeat.......Maby someone else who has these can speak of the adjustability. I love them though.
11-18-05, 11:35 AM
Got a good deal on these i live in the UK and got a friend to buy them for me in NY which saved me quiet alot. Cant wait to use them they look the buisness too.
11-18-05, 01:17 PM
They are one of the lightest, more aerodynamic, onpeice handlebars I have found..the only ones I have seen better, were custom made ones by an areodynamic physics student at MIT in Boston.......
11-18-05, 01:34 PM
Thats good news knew i made the right choice
12-21-05, 03:08 AM
Great aerobars!!! Costly, yes, but well worth it. I couldn't really get comfortable with any other bar that I tried, but the Hed is so easy to get it "just right" as the adjustments are near infiniate.
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