Tri Bar Advice

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mellifera    pirate
31/07/2009 at 11:01

i use one of these little things

fits on the tribars and pokes in to the space between them. you could probably make a low tech one with some tape and a cork!

you can also get mounts that go in the centre

ImRio    pirate
31/07/2009 at 11:02
Exactly Gertie
31/07/2009 at 12:09
cool thanks, so I just need something that puts teh computer between the bars, Recokn I can fabricate one with a bit of broom handle for now.
31/07/2009 at 12:10
BTW, WH - biking up Portsdown hill y'day evening in a pirate suit ? never seen a pirate round my way before.
31/07/2009 at 14:35
aye nice little warm up before going over butser
05/08/2009 at 20:18

Tri bars are on and felt pretty comfy - raised the saddle a few more mm as I felt too low. Had to move the elbow pads to the wider setting, cos I've got wide shoulders.

Managed to fix the computer to the top of the stem too.

Just freed up the brakes and changed the brake pads, I can descend Harting hill in confidence again now.

Happy days.

08/08/2009 at 13:16
Just got my Aero Bar and elbow pads, should these be fitted parallel to the ground or slightly inclined up?
08/08/2009 at 14:31
mine had no adjustment
08/08/2009 at 14:35

s'ok, sorted now thanks

Edited: 08/08/2009 at 17:06
09/08/2009 at 14:09

Wow, takes some getting used to those Aero bars and the sensitivity of how the steering becomes with small movements. Found a little un-nerving on downhill long decents, will have another go tomorrow.

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