Why choose the right handlebars for Your Ride?
- Whether it’s Sprint vs Climb or Triathlon vs Time Trial, each Vision handlebar has its own characteristics and nature, designed for its specific purpose and role in bike competitions. Having the right handlebars for your style of riding is key for getting comfortable on your bike and enjoying your ride to the fullest.
What is internal cable routing?
WHAT IS INTERNAL CABLE ROUTING? Internal cable routing in bike design locates brake cables and derailleur cables—or cable housing—inside a bike frame. The first sections of derailleur and brake cables to be routed internally were the down tube (derailleur cables) and rear brake cable (top tube).
How do you route a mountain bike cable?
Ideal cable routing breakdown Mount the rear brake and shifter cables together, below the crossing dropper cable. Run the rear brake and dropper cables together if possible, below the crossing shift cable. For a fork lockout (LH), route the cable outside of everything, often furthest forward.
What is DCR cable routing?
The new DCR (Deda internal cable routing) system allows the fully internal cables routing inside the handlebar. Vinci ideally matches the modern philosophy of racing bikes designed to be aero apart from being light and stiff. The handlebar is now available in two different shapes, RHM and Shallow.
What is an integrated handlebar?
As one of the major leading edges of a bicycle, integrated handlebar/stem units provide aerodynamic gains by eliminating cylinder shapes, which yield 10 times the drag of aero shapes of the same size. Each of the bars we tested has internal cable routing options, further cleaning up the front of the bike.