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Setting Up A Road Bike For Triathlon

  • By Ian Buchanan and Jonathan Blyer
  • Published Sep 27, 2013
  • Updated Oct 1, 2013 at 1:44 PM UTC
Photo: Nils Nilsen

Easton AeroForce

$215, Eastoncycling.com
The draw: Unique grip position

The AeroForce is not easton’s most refined product, but it is a solid entry-level clip-on aerobar set with a good amount of adjustability. The armrests are plush and cradle the forearm nicely. Their fore/aft position can be adjusted a moderate amount, although not as far as some, and can be angled any way you would like. The extensions are easy to adjust in length, and the bend height creates an ergonomic grip, allowing the hands to rest directly on the bars.

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