Clip on aero bars and sponge pads.
Top Features of the Token TK9741-2 Aero Clip On Bars and Pads
- Alloy adjustable rest bar
- S-Type extensions
- Alloy arm rest with sponge pads
- Alloy clamp & cromo bolts
About the Token brand
Token Products have entered into the new design dynamic that only carbon fiber can bring to the cycling industry. Having methodically increased their product line to include frames, cranks and bars, they now have a comprehensive range, offering distributors an exclusive opportunity to market cutting edge products. Token commissions the finest manufacturers worldwide and can ensure top quality products at very reasonable pricing. At Token, they understand the importantce of visual communication and design... Your Token, our commitment...
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These will not dig into oversized bars
will i need to get some new handlebars?
I hope this helps.
Touring bikes have an upright riding position and wide bars, reducing pressure on the upper-body and allowing your lungs to expand more.
Aero-bars will necessarily make your back flat so you punch a much smaller hole through the air, but this means your neck must be craned, your chest is compressed a bit, and you are locked solidly into position.
Therefore I would only recommend this as an upgrade to your road-bike for short high-intensity blasts.
Many cyclo-tourists use figure-of-eight bars with loads of hand positions, maybe try some of those? Or alternatively, the Salsa Bell Lap flared bar is excellent for a relaxed hand-position, it's the one I have on my touring bike.
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