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Hydration where you need it.
After taking a look at Profile Design's hydration systems, the best of us will feel among the most unimaginative in the world. Basically, if there's room to fit a bottle in a place where you need one, Profile has found a way to mount it there. Case in point is the Aerodrink Base Bar Bracket.
This bracket mounts to your base bar between the extension bars and over the stem's faceplate. Accordingly, you're able to mount either a standard bottle cage, the Aero HC bottle, or the Aqualite and Aerodrink systems. So, you'll gain the convenience of immediate hydration without having to deviate from your aerodynamic position over the extensions.
In terms of construction, the Base Bar Bracket has been made from an injected nylon/fiberglass blend. This keeps the weight down to around 75 grams without compromising any structural integrity. Furthering this level of security, the bracket features a 'click-in' attachment interface for your preferred bottle cage. This way, you'll always know when you're locked and loaded.
The Profile Design Aerodrink Base Bar Bracket is available in color Black and in one size. Please note that this bracket is compatible with all Profile Design base bars, and that for the best aerodynamic results, Profile recommends pairing it with either an Aero HC, Aerodrink, or Aqualite bottle. Installation might present itself as a little tricky, so feel free to watch this video for a how-to.
- Item #PRD0027
- injected nylon/fiberglass
- Profile Design base bars
- Claimed Weight
- 75 g
- Recommended Use
- time trial and triathlon hydration
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 2 years
What do you think about this product?
April 10, 2014
If you are creative with a file, you can make this work in reverse and gain some aero extension real estate for your garmin or other items of choice. Make sure you get a tight grip cage for this guy as it will shake with the whole frame due to being rigid.
January 9, 2015
Anyone have a width measurement for between the mounts(where the stem goes) and total width? I just need to know if it'll fit in between my aerobars and over my stem. Thanks!