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Zipp Vuka Alumina Base Handlebar 35 mm, for shaft coupling (2019)

ID: 698770
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Product Description

Every high-performance aero-cockpit begins with a great base bar. The Vuka Alumina, crafted from 6066 series aluminum, offers superior aerodynamics and ergonomics at an affordable price. It is sleek with clean internal cable routing for easy installation. Handgrips are angled upward by 5 degrees for a natural wrist position when climbing or sprinting. The bar's mounting area is wide to allow for an array of positions to accommodate many riding styles and body types. The Vuka Alumina is compatible with all current drive-train systems and all plug-in style brake levers. It's optimized for use with the Vuka Alumina Clip but is compatible with most clips on the market.

Specifications
Intended use
Triathlon, Road bike / Cyclocross
Material type
Aluminium  
material details
6066 aluminium  
Weight
250  g
width
400  mm
Handlebar Clamp (mm)
31,8  mm
Handlebars
System: Bullhorn  
Gender
Unisex
Model year
2019
Product number
698770
Customer Ratings
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18.10.2018
GregH
Very happy !
Très content !
Translated from French To the original

Superb handlebars, I'm very happy. With the 200TC canecreek brakes it is beautiful!

Superbe guidon, j'en suis très content. Avec les freins canecreek 200TT il est magnifique !


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