I got my first set of these before I realised I was past it and time trialling 'sucked'.  They are VERY nice ... extremely light and mega-adjustable both length and width ways.  You could even have the elbow rests (just about) touching if you're a Tony Martin wanabee.

Why try to go lower and possibly lose power, when you can go narrower and still put out the same power?

Following the current trend, the extensions (as well as the elbow rests) are raised above the base bar to follow the underside of the forearms which helps to
eliminate 'dirty' airflow.

Think about it ... the cockpit is one of the first things to hit the air. 'Smooth the lines' out there and you're going to save watts. Save watts and you'll go faster. No doubt about it.

Take a look at Wiggo's tt bikes ... Hutch's too ... these guys have been in the wind tunnel and know what's what. One thing is for sure, they wouldn't be using this type of set up if it wasn't faster.

They are going to be more aerodynamic than 'standard' tt bars ... surely?

£249.99 inc shipping.

Order before 2pm and you'll have them tomorrow ... weekends excepted of course!

PDQ G2 matt carbon tt handlebars

£269.99 Regular Price
£249.99Sale Price
  • Specifications:

    Stackable Tri bar/Pads - Complete with 10mm and 20mm risers
    Standard 22mm extension clamp
    Standard 31.8mm stem clamping section
    Length adjustable extensions
    Width/reach adjustable arm rest Pads
    UCI Legal 3:1 aspect
    42cm c/c base bar
    Slight drop on base bar
    Internal cable routing
    Di2 compatable
    Low weight - 600 grams