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by Mat Steinmetz
We developed 51 SPEEDSHOP extension range to improve rider performance by focusing on comfort, positioning, and aerodynamics. Backed by our advanced bike fit knowledge, we utilized 3D printed segments to construct extension shapes into neutrally orientated wrist positions promoting upper body comfort and relaxation.
Based on rider data gathered during our bike fit process, we developed three unique extension shapes to cover a wide range of rider fit preferences.
But, which shape is right for you? Lets start by considering a few items….
Images below are ordered as: FSM, SKI, ULTIMATE
Flat Bar: Long Shimano Di2 shifters
Flat Bar: SRAM eTap or Shimano Synchro Shift
Angled Bar: Long Shimano Di2 Shifter
Angled Bar: Short SRAM eTap or Shimano Synchro Shifter
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by Mat Steinmetz
Where did crank length come from? Where did these lengths that we consider “standard” originate? Has crank length just been passed down from one generation to another and over time has just become accepted even though there is no basis for the current “standard” with the current bicycles we ride today.
Optimizing your bike position, equipment, and setup is free speed. Not monetarily free, but free as in you’ll go faster without an increase in form or fitness. Athletes should check all the boxes. Buying a set of fast tires doesn’t mean you can take the week off from training.
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