Deda Superzero (31.7) Carbon Aero Bars

SKU: DEDAHBAS367
GBP 124.37 In stock
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    Deda Superzero (31.7) Carbon Aero Bar

    The new Superzero handlebar ideally matches the modern philosophy of racing bikes designed to be aero apart from being light and stiff. This technical approach is evident on the bar aero profile and cross section that have been designed to minimize the drag and provide an ergonomic grip for any riding st yle at the same time. A special carbon fiber layup allowed and produced a very compact omposite, reducing  eight and ensuring a very high stiffness to weight ratio. The Superzero handlebar features also the  modern RHM shape for an incomparable grip on the drops.

    • Shape: RHM Rapid Hand Movement
    • Material: UD Carbon fiber
    • Ø Handlebar: 31,7 mm
    • Reach: 75 mm
    • Drop: 130 mm
    • Sizes: 42 – 44 – 46 cm outside to outside)
    • Weight: 230 g (42 cm)

     

    Specifications
    Brand Deda
    Discipline Road, Triathlon, Cyclocross, Track
    Gender Unisex
    Clamp Diameter 31.8mm
    Material Carbon
      Reviews
      • Disappointed
        These are really nice bars until you come to fit them on the bike. The problem with them is you are limited as to how far up the bars you can get your brake/ergo levers before the bar starts to widen and flatten. There are limit markers and even though I've gone just slightly beyond that (the bar is too wide to go further) once the bars are installed on the stem the brake hoods still sit too low. You can counter this by tilting the bars up but in order to get the levers at the right angle to fit my hands nicely on them (Campag ergo) it means that the drops are at too steep an angle to use without feeling like you might slide off. Added to that the flat bit on the top also starts to tilt up thereby defeating the object of having them aero shaped. Compared to my peers I don't generally have my hoods that high up on the bars either so you really need to be aware that you'll have problems getting the levers up to a decent height. Interesting to note that very few pros seem to be using them either going for the standard shaped zeros, newtons or 35s. I've downgraded these already to my winter bike where riding in the drops isn't so critical. If you want a deda carbon bar go for the superleggera or if you need an aero bar then do your research first as these might not suit and certainly don't install levers until you know for sure you'll get the right height.
        RoadBikeRider, 10 January 2017
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        • What is the reach/ drop and weight for these?
        • Thanks for the query.

          The reach is 75mm, the drop 130mm and the weight according to our digital scales is 230g on the 42c.

          Andy
        • Is it possible for any tri bars to be fitted to these handlebars?
        • Thanks for the query.

          Due to the design of the handlebars, and their shape, it is not possible to fit tri-bars.

          Andy
          Ribble Cycles
        • Hi please can you confirm that Deda measure width from outside-to-outside? I'm looking to match my existing bars which are 44cm centre-to-centre and 47cm outside-to-outside. I'm thinking the Deda 46cm bars would be closest...

          Many thanks
        • Thanks for getting in touch.

          I can confirm that Deda measurements are outside-to-outside.

          Andy
          Ribble Cycles
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