2014 Triathlete Buyer’s Guide: Aerobars

  • by Jonathan Blyer
  • Published Feb 28, 2014
  • Updated Nov 25, 2014 at 5:06 PM UTC
Photo: John David Becker

The 2014 Triathlete Buyer’s Guide magazine is out on newsstands now (and check out the digital version), and we’re giving you a sneak peek right here. Check out the aerobars from the guide below and check back to for more Buyer’s Guide content.

Bontrager Race X Lite Carbon

The draw: Maximum adjustability

If you like to tinker with your fit or need a big stack height boost to get comfy in the aero position, this bar offers a solution. It has an adjustable range wider than any of the other integrated bars in this review. While overall adjustability is vast, some riders will struggle to get the arm pad width just right—this bar is best suited for riders with narrow or flexible shoulders. The extensions create a fantastic wrist position, with just the right amount of tension to help anchor the upper body without any strain.

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