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Track Sprint aero handlebars

Track Sprint aero handlebars


We offer forTrack bikes or fixis an extremely stiff and at the same time aerodynamic sprint handlebar.

The train driver is almost oneMandatory purchase for sprinters and mass disciplines on the cycle track.


The narrow width makes it easier to ride in a group. The aero handlebar offers excellent control and handling with maximum aerodynamics, which saves a good 20-30 watts compared to a round handlebar at 50-60 km/h.


This does not come at the expense of stability: the handlebars are over 50% stiffer than reference handlebars. It offers maximum power transmission in every situation - no matter how hard you pull on the handlebars.


In addition, the steering is absolutely precise, which is particularly important at high speeds. Its unique radical design conveys a breathtaking aggressive signature. The Olympic Games (London 2012) have already been won with this identical handlebar.


The sprint handlebars have a modern matt black finish with our LAMBDA logo.


The upper part of the handlebars is not wrapped with handlebar tape. It is therefore important to us that the handlebars have an elegant and modern design that also matches our frames and wheels.

With aero handlebars, your forearms often hit the handlebars painfully when sprinting. This model is not affected by this and has a lot of freedom on the forearms due to the early pre-bend.


The handlebar shape is identical to the 3T Scatto LTD carbon handlebar.


The handlebar tape is not included with the handlebars, but can be ordered for 14 euros (Voxom Gb2 handlebar tape in black).


Resistance reduction due to aero design:

According to a resistance measurement by TOUR magazine, the gain with an aero handlebar is up to 20 watts. The reason is that a round tube has a much higher resistance than a flat tube.


The air resistance due to the round tube on the top link alone is 13 watts at 45 km/h. The tube of the same length, flattened to 19mm, has less than one watt of resistance! This is a reduction in air resistance of around 12 watts at 45 km/h just through the top link.


Even if it's only a 10 watt reduction in the end, that's a significant gain. In addition, cable channels in the handlebars enable brake and shift cables to be routed in an aerodynamically advantageous manner.


Resistance reduction due to handlebar width:

In the TOUR article, a difference of almost 50 watts at 45 km/h was measured between a 46cm handlebar and a 42cm handlebar with an aero profile. Between 42cm and 40cm it will be around 15-20 watts. These are noticeable savings.

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