ENVE SES Aero Road Handlebar

ENVE SES Aero Road Handlebar
ENVE SES Aero Road Handlebar
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SES Aero Road Handlebar by ENVE
The ENVE SES Aero Road Handlebar is built for one thing: going fast. It's ENVE's first foray into internal cable routing, resulting in a clean look that cuts through the air. The flat, wide top section of the bars slices wind when you need speed and provides a big platform for resting tired hands at the end of an interval. The drops have a similar profile as ENVE's standard compact road bar, with the bar ends flaring out slightly wider than the top of the bar to offer a wide range of hand positions to get comfy and aero in the drops. Additionally, it's Di2 compatible with a junction box at each bar end, making it all the more futureproof if you decide to upgrade to electronic shifting down the road.

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SKU: ENV004A
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