Carbon Fibre Extension Poles
Our custom angled extension poles use the industry standard 22.2mm diameter tubing for the clamping area meaning they’re compatible with virtually every set of handlebars (although if you are unsure please check prior to ordering). Developed through necessity because other poles on the market were too flexible, the laminate used has been developed to be as light and stiff as possible, while the elliptical shape is more aerodynamic and ergonomic than the traditional round section.
The shape of the pole is designed to sit closer to the forearm whilst achieving the optimal position. In addition to this, the ergonomic grip that fits onto the elliptical shaped bar acts as an adapter to take any standard lever (including Di2/eTap). The poles are available at 5 degree increments between 20 and 40 degree angles and come with a straight grip/adapter or you can select angled adaptors (10 or 20 degree) which allow for more curvature on the hand.
It is possible to fit a Garmin mount to the adapter, we sell 3D printed carbon filled nylon mounts which can be selected below. Those supplied fit onto the adapter. If you require a mount to fit directly on the pole please contact us. We also supply Wahoo mounts which are currently special order (priced (£39.99).
These poles have been the choice of aerodynamic minded triathletes and time trailers for quite some time now and their diversity means we’re confident that this will continue to be the case.
We receive new stock weekly so if your desired angle of pole is out of stock please email us to pre order.
In order to select the correct extension angle and adapter type for your application please use the Excel tool available by clicking the link below:
We understand that on some operating systems the pole calculator tool does not work. If you experience a problem with this we would be grateful if you could email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with details of the operating system you are using and the problem you are experiencing.
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