3T Superego Team Bar, Arx II Stem, Zero 25 Post review

3T Superego Team Bar, Arx II Stem, Zero 25 Post review

Although the Superergo Team bar’s tops have been carried over from its predecessor, 3T’s popular Ergonova, the way they turn into the drops is all-new. 3T launches full bike range equipped with SRAM 12-speed 3T Superleggera Team bar & Apto Pro stem review Now they sweep forward a short way to form a flattened, ovalised corner that’s great to rest your hands and/or forearms on. The carbon bar’s 119mm drops have a gradual curve that works well with different-sized hands and permits easy reach to most shifters and brake levers while keeping the corners out of the way of your wrists when you’re sprinting. My 42cm bar weighs just 204g, including the internal cable guides. But there’s no getting around it, £290 / $350 / AU$450 is a lot to pay for a handlebar. The Ergonova bar’s shape feels excellent, whether you’re on the hoods, drops or tops At £80 ...

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