aerobar


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aer·o·bar

 (âr′ō-bär′)
n.
A looped bar or a set of two bars extending forward off the handlebar of a bicycle and used to rest the forearms in maintaining an aerodynamic position on longer rides.
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There are so many reasons why, from the revolving Aerobar that lets you have a drink in the sky, to Dances With Robots that literally sees you sitting in the hand of a giant robot arm and being hurtled around at crazy speeds.
Discharge times directly under the AeroBar average 28 seconds (from [+ or -] 1,000 volts to 100 volts, measured in a 4-foot laminar flow hood in accordance with Ionization Standard ANSI ESO/ESD $3.1-1991 of the ESD Association).
Most start on a road bike for a few seasons with clip on Aerobars, they are more comfortable and easier to ride (I did my first three years including two Ironmans on a road bike).
Instead, I am considering alternatives such as installing a pair of aerobars on my bike that would bring my elbows closer to my body decreasing the wind drag while increasing my speed.
(2,10,11) Also, the biomechanical position adapted while cycling, forward lean posture with arms on the aerobars of the bike, further increases the compression in the perineal region due to pressure from the nose of the saddle.
Competitors in time trials use aerobars on their bikes instead of normal handlebars.