Bracket: - J2 Bracket - Armrest: - F-19a Aluminum Armrest - Stack: - 60mm-120mm - Reach: - Max Aft -180mm, Max Fore 70mm - Extension Adjustment: - 125mm-275mm (c of basebar-end) - Width: - 145mm-300mm (center to center) - Center Clamp Diameter: - Fits 26.0mm and 31.8mm bars - Color: - Anodized Matte Black - Weight: - 500g The ultra shallow 13° extension bend maintains the high-performance aggressive position of straight extensions with the comfort of a ski-bend. - The extension bracket, isolated from the basebar bracket, allows for a wider range of armest adjustment possibilities. Easily adjustable in length and angular rotation for a customized fit. - 4 position fore/aft adjustment along with 15° of rotational adjustment to dial in the fit. Velcro-backed EVA Foam pads affix directly to armrest without additional straps.  - Ability to increase stack up to 70mm with optional Aerobar Bracket Riser Kit.




Bracket: - J2 Bracket - Armrest: - F-19a Aluminum Armrest - Stack: - 60mm-120mm - Reach: - Max Aft -180mm, Max Fore 70mm - Extension Adjustment: - 125mm-275mm (c of basebar-end) - Width: - 145mm-300mm (center to center) - Center Clamp Diameter: - Fits 26.0mm and 31.8mm bars - Color: - Anodized Matte Black - Weight: - 469g The high-performance shallow ski-bend extension offers a single neutral wrist angle with a low extension length for better aerodynamics.  - The extension bracket, isolated from the basebar bracket, allows for a wider range of armest adjustment possibilities. Easily adjustable in length and angular rotation for a customized fit. - 4 position fore/aft adjustment along with 15° of rotational adjustment to dial in the fit. Velcro-backed EVA Foam pads affix directly to armrest without additional straps.  - Ability to increase stack up to 70mm with optional Aerobar Bracket Riser Kit.




Bracket: - J2 Bracket - Armrest: - F-19a Aluminum Armrest - Stack: - 60mm-120mm - Reach: - Max Aft -180mm, Max Fore 70mm - Extension Adjustment: - 175mm-270mm (c of basebar-end) - Width: - 145mm-300mm (center to center) - Center Clamp Diameter: - Fits 26.0mm and 31.8mm bars - Color: - Anodized Matte Black - Weight: - 530g The most neutral wrist position of the T+ Aluminum Series is achieved with the T3+ Aluminum. The shape allows for the widest variety of hand positions, making it very easy to dial in individualized comfort. - The extension bracket, isolated from the basebar bracket, allows for a wider range of armest adjustment possibilities. Easily adjustable in length and angular rotation for a customized fit. - 4 position fore/aft adjustment along with 15° of rotational adjustment to dial in the fit. Velcro-backed EVA Foam pads affix directly to armrest without additional straps.  - Ability to increase stack up to 70mm with optional Aerobar Bracket Riser Kit.




Bracket: - J2 Bracket - Armrest: - F-19a Aluminum Armrest - Stack: - 60mm-120mm - Reach: - Max Aft -180mm, Max Fore 70mm - Extension Adjustment: - 180mm-270mm (c of basebar-end) - Width: - 145mm-300mm  (center to center) - Center Clamp Diameter: - Fits 26.0mm and 31.8mm bars - Color: - Anodized Matte Black - Weight: - 500g Designed for race-oriented riders looking for the most aggressive positioning. The S-Bend extension places the hands low, while the 30mm rise allows for a variety of comfortable hand positions.  - The extension bracket, isolated from the basebar bracket, allows for a wider range of armest adjustment possibilities. Easily adjustable in length and angular rotation for a customized fit. - 4 position fore/aft adjustment along with 15° of rotational adjustment to dial in the fit. Velcro-backed EVA Foam pads affix directly to armrest without additional straps.  - Ability to increase stack up to 70mm with optional Aerobar Bracket Riser Kit.




Bracket: - J2 Bracket - Armrest: - F-19a Aluminum Armrest - Stack: - 60mm-120mm - Reach: - Max Aft -180mm, Max Fore 70mm - Extension Adjustment: - 155mm-290mm (C of basebar-End) - Width: - 145mm-300mm (center to center) - Center Clamp Diameter: - Fits 26.0mm and 31.8mm bars - Color: - Anodized Matte Black - Weight: - 503g The double-bend shape of the T1+ Aluminum minimizes hand and wrist discomfort by placing your hands in a more neutral position compared to flatter, aggressive bend styles.  - The extension bracket, isolated from the basebar bracket, allows for a wider range of armest adjustment possibilities. Easily adjustable in length and angular rotation for a customized fit. - 4 position fore/aft adjustment along with 15° of rotational adjustment to dial in the fit. Velcro-backed EVA Foam pads affix directly to armrest without additional straps.  - Ability to increase stack up to 70mm with optional Aerobar Bracket Riser Kit.



06/17/14 - Gajer Conquers Kraichgau


Gajer Conquers Kraichgau Just 4 weeks off of a stunning 2nd place performance at IRONMAN Texas, SpeedTeam/TwentyFour pro Julia Gajer ran away with the victory at Challenge Kraichgau. Kraichgau featured a thrilling duel on the run course, with Gajer and eventual 2nd place finisher Gina Crawford running together for 14K, neither slowing the pace. In the final few meters, Gajer pushed the pace to escape Crawford’s sights and clinch her 3rd podium of 2014. “It was for me probably the hardest race I’ve ever contested in the Kraichgau,” said the winner minutes after her victory. Fellow SpeedTeam/TwentyFour Pro Laura Philipp rounded out the top 4. Gajer’s 5,310 Kona Points put her in 15th place on the Women’s Kona Points Ranking System. The 750 points awarded by WTC-owned Challenge Kraichgau seal her spot on the 2014 IRONMAN World Championship start list.  Roll-over Julia's bike below to check out the equipment that powers her outstanding 2014 performances:



Gajer Conquers Kraichgau


Just 4 weeks off of a stunning 2nd place performance at IRONMAN Texas, SpeedTeam/TwentyFour pro Julia Gajer ran away with the victory at Challenge Kraichgau. Kraichgau featured a thrilling duel on the run course, with Gajer and eventual 2nd place finisher Gina Crawford running together for 14K, neither slowing the pace. In the final few meters, Gajer pushed the pace to escape Crawford’s sights and clinch her 3rd podium of 2014. “It was for me probably the hardest race I’ve ever contested in the Kraichgau,” said the winner minutes after her victory. Fellow SpeedTeam/TwentyFour Pro Laura Philipp rounded out the top 4. Gajer’s 5,310 Kona Points put her in 15th place on the Women’s Kona Points Ranking System. The 750 points awarded by WTC-owned Challenge Kraichgau seal her spot on the 2014 IRONMAN World Championship start list. Roll-over Julia's bike below to check out the equipment that powers her outstanding 2014 performances:



06/05/14 - "Either Profile Design equipped these wheels with tiny motors or they're naturally disconcertingly quick."


"Either Profile Design equipped these wheels with tiny motors or they're naturally disconcertingly quick" Check out the full review at Aerogeeks.com! We, as a sport, tend to have short memories. “Whatever happened to…” is a question that gets thrown around AeroGeeks HQ on a nearly daily basis. In most cases, the answer is simple: nothing happened, but other companies released their own products that weren’t necessarily better, just newer. It’s unfortunate, but it happens. Here’s the thing; most products that end up with this fate are good enough, but not exceptional. Standing out from the crowd is hard, and keeping ahead of ones’ competitors for any significant length of time is harder still. It takes a special something to keep a product stuck in our minds, and we’re starting to think that Profile Design’s 24 Series 58/78 wheels just might have it. We aren’t sure what mojo Profile Design has worked on the braking surface of the 24 Series, but we are reasonably certain that it involves black magic. Wet or dry, the stopping power of the supplied pads, coupled with the brake surface, maintained impressive modulation in everything from the flash-monsoons of Florida to steep, sustained descents and everything in between without so much as a hint of fade – these could well rival Reynolds fabled dry performance when properly bedded in and hitting their stride. When it’s wet out, and the Reynolds are on a different bike, we find ourselves reaching for the 58/78s without much in the way of conscious thought; that speaks volumes to how highly we regard their braking prowess. It isn’t as though the wheels are any slouch in the speed department, either. Profile Design says that they’re quick around Kona, and it’s hard to argue with them when the wheels don’t budge in a crosswind, spin up fast and are absolutely content to hum along at race pace even while out on a training ride. Either PD equipped these wheels with tiny motors or they’re naturally disconcertingly quick. Given they are allowed to run in Kona, we’re going with the latter… but someone ought to pass an x-ray machine over them, just in case. With a 24mm brake track, they fit most of the wider tires that we have in the garage, and don’t complain when we fit normal-width, either, and everything rolls with a smoothness that we expect from a top-shelf set, but the top shelf these are not, at least in terms of price. At about two grand for the 78mm deep set and two hundred less for the 58s, Profile Design has a healthy lead on their competition in the wallet division, and scores well within the same weight class where quality and features are concerned. These are premium wheels for a not-so-premium price.