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Item # ZIP0221

Get your aero on.

The Vuka Stealth Aerobar features an integrated stem, base bar, and hardware, all wrapped in a simple, one-piece design. The cables are routed internally for additional aerodynamics. And, if you’re concerned about the bars being UCI 3:1 legal, you’ll be pleased to know that the airfoil design engineered by Zipp fits all current regulations.

The bars themselves were laid from unidirectional carbon. The process by which the fibers are laid is complex due to engineering load path and force, but by orienting the fibers in one direction, the bars are stiff, light, and provide more vibration dampening than the more popular woven fiber.

  • Triathlon, time trials
  • Unidirectional carbon base bar
  • 1-1/8” steerer tube compatibility
  • Compatible with Vuka Straight, Race, and Ski-Tri extensions

Tech Specs

Material:
carbon fiber
Diameter:
[steerer tube] 1.125 in
Drop:
0 deg
Width:
[out to out] 42 cm
Actual Weight:
Black, M: 680g
Recommended Use:
triathlon, time trial
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years

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$1000

At this price... it should not only guarantee the podium, but also your choice of the two Playboy models that kiss you while you're there.

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I saw on manual in Zipp site, how to install...

I saw on manual in Zipp site, how to install brake wire through rooting tube. Can i install Shimano ST-9071's Di2 electric cable with the brake wire through rooting tube? I want to know the tube is large enough to hold brake wire and electric cable.