Pole clamp Set


Being able to tilt the pole clamp is key to being able to angle the D2Z poles and arm rests.   Used in conjunction with our shims and spacers, this allows your arm rests and poles to be tilted at the same angle to achieve that aerodynamic, ergonomic position. The design of these pole clamps allows you to place your poles closer together than other pole clamps (see below for more information). Our D2Z pole clamps are compatible with the other elements of the D2Z USPS System to create an aligned, streamlined set up for improved aerodynamics and aesthetics. For that totally streamlined look, select a pole clamp fairing (compatible only with the D2Z pole clamp) to hide the cables at the rear of the assembly.


In stock (can be backordered)

Shipping to UK inclusive. Shipping charges outside UK calculated at checkout.
  • Made in the UK from 6082 T6 Aluminium
  • Black anodized
  • Bolt spacing of 32mm
  • Compatible with the other elements of the D2Z USPS System
  • Centre of each pole can be 15mm in or out of the bolt centres on your base bar as the clamp can be rotated (most proprietary pole clamps are central to bolt spacing).  This allows a narrower arm set up than you might otherwise achieve, which can be key to becoming more aero.  If you use a front hydration chamber, the closer setting may prevent access to it (as it does with the Scott Plasma).  In this case we would advise the wider setting or using our angled shims with the interface plate instead of our pole clamp to keep the pole spacing of your existing pole clamps.
  • Supplied in pairs

For as long as our supply chain is not affected, we will be accepting and fulfilling orders. We are taking our responsibility to the people who work for us and those in our local community seriously.  To protect them we plan to despatch orders once a week, so it may take you a little longer than normal to receive your order -  we will send you an email when we have sent out your order. We want all of our customers to stay safe and sane during this really difficult time and believe that cycling can help with this. If you are fortunate enough to be permitted to cycle outside, please do so safely and responsibly following local guidance. Thank you all for your custom.