The C6 is a one piece seamless tailored carbon monocoque.
Available in three sizes that are proportionally scaled in all dimensions, length and width. The arm rests have an adjustment range of 60mm. Which makes the C6 the most flexible Aerobar out there. And if you combine the C6 with the Stratos CX base bar, an endless number of combinations are possible in form, size and angle adjustments.
Nothing drops through.
For energy bars, gels, Di2-batteries, glasses, speedos and bottle holders, the integrated dashboard will hold it dependably and securely. Your hands remain on the bars when fishing for energy bars, etc....
With the Nob, the computer is positioned on the “tip of the tongue” on the lower edge of your vision window - so your eyes can remain on the road ahead.
Increased crash zone
The C6 connects the left and right sides with a level of stiffness that produces higher safety against failure in both the clamping area and the bar extension center. The design protects the base bar while still providing uncompromising suspension comfort in the arm rests. Less flicking up water when riding in the rain.
Double Helix Bend
15 years of evolution instead of short lived gimmicks - too strongly overstretched wrists and special handholds, as other aerobars require, create fatiguing and tension that reaches your upper back and forces your back to hunch. These gimmicks also cause a higher basic metabolic rate and a less aerodynamic posture. The new Syntace C6 on the other hand, provides a “fast”, flat back and a very energy efficient upper body posture.
The shock absorbing capabilities provided by the Syntace Biowings were developed by use of a carbon layup that was originally designed for Syntace seatposts. It provides the hoghist level of comfort available in an aerobar.
Di2 compatible grip section with the internal cable guide.
The Racegrip Aero is integrated without increasing the grip diameter.
Why is there no longer a Computer mount?
The International Triathlon Union prohibits transversely orientated bolt-on accessories.
The Nob is exempt from this ruling.
First race. First victory. First world record.
Syntace team rider Christoph Strasser won the most difficult bicycle race of all times in a World Record time - The Race Across America using the C6.
+ Clamp Ø: 31.8 mm
+ Adjustment width: 84 mm
|RIDER HEIGHT||Up to 1.7m / 5'6"||1.7m - 1.82m / 5'6" - 5'10"||1.82m+ / 5'10"+|
|WEIGHT without rubber grip||378 grams||397 grams||423 grams|