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    Help me find an aerobar-clipon

    I'd like to find a bar that mounts next to the stem and doesn't require re-taping the bar for fitment. I have a 31.8 drop bar now and my Deda clip-ons won't fit. They also had elbow rests that mount independently and I'm not too keen on that. I'm getting back into doing a few races after several years off and I want the easiest option I can find. Also not too spendy!!

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    profile t2? indepedent though...

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    Vision Techaluminum bars are probably your best bet.

    However, another good, but more expensive choice would be the Profile Designs

    I'm looking at both of these bars to replace my Ritchey aero bars with on my TT bike.
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    I use the Profiles, good adjustability.
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    I have some Profile CGT bars. Seem very nice and they're pretty light.

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    I have Profile Jammer GTs and they mount essentially how I think you want them to. Cost is relatively low and if you wait you can probably snag some for cheap off of E-bay. All sorts of adjust-ability here and there, which may or may not be handy. The bars could be a little longer, but I think they are purposely a little short to not extend past the brake levers for some race classification (ITU?)... or something like that.

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