Space Age Wings in turbulent flow areas only cost money and weight, but provide no aerodynamic advantage. The only real advantage comes from the comfort and energy conservation of staying in the aero position from beginning to end. And if we say beginning to end we mean it.
Double Helix Bend
15 years of evolution instead of short-lived solutions like S-Bend or Straight Bend. The hyperextended wrists caused by those "new" positions not only produce fatigue but also cause strain from the arms all the way up into the upper back high enough forcing the rider to arch his back even higher. The result - besides higher caloric intake through strain a worse aerodynamic position. The new Syntace C3 produces, without your help, a fast, flat back and a very energy-efficient upper body position.
Higher pedal pressure
In addition: If necessary you can exert even more pedal pressure. The support for the heel of the hand, about 20º slanted forward and down directly underneath the wrist and the again biomechanical optimized grips produce exactly the right tension reaching to the upper arm. And offer automatically a power-saving opposite pull for high pedal pressure.
The new C3 Double Helix Bend - the grip bend, now a little further forward, conforms so well to your hand and your range of motion, you will ask yourself "why not sooner"? Even the moderate compromise, S-Bend, is now superfluous. Now you can ride faster with the legendary Syntace comfort: Much more relaxed than with other aero bars. Owing in part to the much-copied but never reached, perfectly balanced weight support through the Syntace Bio Wings.
Small (to ca. 1.70 m)
Medium (ca. 1.70 m to 1.82 m)
Large (from ca. 1.82 m)
348 g (S)
366 g (M)
378 g (L)