This is the first dedicated gravel handlebar from the high-end carbon wheel and component company.
Deda works with bike brands and pro riders on new cockpit widths.
Lennard Zinn answers questions about cockpit aerodynamics, wide tires, and sticky components.
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The integrated bar-stem combo and seatpost can help save weight, and also reduce road vibrations, adding comfort, but not mass.
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Nick takes questions about spring classics gear, frame inspections after crashes and how to line up handlebars perfectly.
I'm interested in buying the Deda Zero 100 stem you recently reviewed. However I noticed that the clamp size is listed as 31.7mm. The bar I wanted to use is the FSA K-Wing Carbon which has a clamp size listed as 31.8mm. Will the 0.1mm difference in size make this combination incompatible?
Steve Dear Steve,
That sweet position on your road bike should be as comfortable as your favorite pair of slippers — and once you find it, you won’t want to give it up. But discovering the perfect position in the first place often requires many tiny adjustments in the height and reach of your handlebar to get it right. In the current issue of VeloNews, technical writer Lennard Zinn helps you work through the steps necessary to find that perfect position. As mentioned in the article, Alan Hills of Hills-Scientific.com in Boulder, Colorado, has shared a handy program he designed to choose the stems for his