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Profile Design T3+ Aero Bar

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  • 6061-T6 aluminum extensions and forged brackets
  • Multi-position drop bend extensions suitable for triathlon or time trial
  • Injection molded F-19(TM) length, width, and rotationally adjustable anatomic armrests
  • Clamp: Fits 26.0mm & 31.8mm bars
  • Color: Anodized matte black Weight: 530 grams
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Product Description

Profile Design Clip-On Aero Bars
Item Specifications
ColorBlack
Weight530g
Defined ColorBlack

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 14 x 6.8 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004S43UYC
  • Item model number: RHT31
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (68 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

Anyway, adjustments are very easy.
Misty
They take a little time to set up on your bike but when you find the right setting they are worth it.
Z. Falborn
The Profile T3 Aero Bars are great.
Bike Rider

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

34 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Yamachari on June 7, 2012
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I do not race or enter in triathlons, etc. but I do often ride long distances (70-100 or more miles) in a day and will not ride without these again. Installation is very easy but finding the perfect fit took me a while. They are so adjustable in so many ways I'd be amazed if you can't find the right fit for you. I'm 6'3" and put these on a 61cm cyclocross bike and am quite comfortable. Similar to the T1+ and T2+ you do have to remove the arm rests for some adjustments, annoying but not that big a deal.

For me dropping down on the bars adds about 1 - 1.5 mph without any extra effort. I'm gradually riding more and more miles while using them. At first my lower back muscles and upper arms were killing me but it is getting better. Having another hand position on long rides alone makes these worth buying.

Make sure to tape them up. It's more comfortable if you do and the pre-cut holes for brakes whistle in cross winds if you don't.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By L. Glaesemann on April 23, 2013
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There are moments where we transform, and there are moments that transform us. Today, my Profile Design T3+ aerobars arrived, and let's just say that I'll literally never look back. For a guy who is technically challenged, I was able to take the aerobars right out of the box and screw them on my bike in a matter of minutes. The fact that the set up was so simple foreshadowed the bliss I was about to experience in a crouched position.

When I arrived at GBP, I knew that I was going to move faster, but when my elbows rested on the cushions, it felt as if the upper part of my body was taking a nap while my legs powered like a locomotive. As I've read before, the hardest adjustment was steering my bike in a crouched position. To play it safe, when other cyclists and runners were near, I switched to an upright position. However, when there was nothing but a long, open path, I moved back to a tuck position and let my legs do the rest.

Including strong head and cross winds, my average pace for 15 miles was 22 mph. I had improved my speed a little more than two mph and had cut my time by almost five minutes! Whether I would be able to maintain that speed for a longer distance I don't know, but for those 41 minutes I was flying like a guy who could ride a bike.

There was even one point where I passed a cyclist who was riding a Cervelo. I won't lie. Zipping past a guy with a $3000 bike was exhilarating, not because I thought I was better, but because for that brief moment I felt as if an inexpensive clip-on aerobar gave me the opportunity to display my true athletic abilities. The best thing about it was that I was able to display my skills on a budget.

If you're interested in triathlons but don't have the income to purchase an expensive bike, by all means buy a Profile Design T3+ aerobars. They may not completely level the playing field, but they will certainly shrink the distance.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By kenny on November 30, 2012
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These are great bars. As a previous reviewer mentioned, they are so adjustable you will waste a day getting the absolute best fit. Not because they are hard to adjust, but if you are a type a triathlon freak you have so many options you will get carried away. The cutouts for internal cabling work great and are easy to install. The pads are nice because they don't attach with adhesive and are easy to replace when you wear them out. I waited till the end of the season to review these, and after installing I didn't need to adjust or tighten anything. 4 races and 0 defects. Great buy.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Chuck W on March 4, 2013
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Received and installed these bars a few days ago, and they are performing well. They are very adjustable for length, fit, angle, etc. They come with all the accessories you need and are fairly easy to install and adjust (there will be many adjustments!). Only knock is on the arm pads--the velcro straps on the underside are a bit fragile so don't pull them tight!

Note that these are drilled so you can run cable through them if you were wanting to put shifters at the ends of the bars. I would have liked a way to [aesthetically] plug the holes instead of using black tape.

Overall a very good product for the price, very adjustable, light but not easily breakable.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Traveler on March 18, 2013
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I have only a few miles of use with these aerobars but am in love with them already. My hands are very thankful!!! The only issue I had with these, and I say "had" because I was able to fix the design flaw, the armrests have to be removed in order to adjust the bracket that the armrests are bolted to. That seemed absolutely ridiculous to me, having to remove 4 bolts to adjust the brackets then re-bolt on the armrests.To resolve this, I used a 3/8" rattail file to file a groove into the side of the armrest allowing access to the bracket bolt. Other than this one design flaw, these are seemingly made of high quality materials and solidly built.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Misty on June 13, 2014
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I don't know why others are having a hard time with installing, but I found that the install was simple and a perfect fit with the included bar clamps. I didn't need the bushings at all. One person said the clamps are plastic, but I found that they were metal and very sturdy. Anyway, adjustments are very easy. The pads are velcro, so easily removed to access the adjustment screws on the arm rests. My biggest concern was whether I would need to move my front-mounted Garmin 510 Bike computer, but it fits just underneath the bars with about 1/4 inch clearance. I don't plan to install shifters, so I love the way they are easily removed. Bottom line, sturdy, light, comfortable and attractive looking. I recommend them.
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