NEW Adjustable Ergo Cups NOW AVAILABLE

 Mar 13, 2019 article & images by Nick Salazar

New Unviersal Fit Ergo Cups have slotted mounting holes for use with virtually every aerobar on the market.

Universal-fit Ergo Cups are NOW AVAILABLE!

When we launched our Alpha One aerobars back in 2017, we knew that the new Ergo Cups launched with the bar would be a big hit. They provide a much broader and more comfortable platform for the elbows, making them an ideal perch from which to sit in the aero position. And ultimately, the more comfortable you are in aero, the longer you can stay there, and the faster you go. Savvy customers immediately began asking questions about what bars were compatible with the new cups, which have always been available in the TriRig store on the Parts page. The original cups had fixed bolt hole spacing, compatible only with our own Alpha bars, and a precious few third-party bars that followed the same spacing.

However, we have redesigned the bolt spacing of the Ergo Cups such that they will fit virtually any bar on the market. Previously, our Ergo Cups only worked on our own bars. But now, they are a universal part. With the new, carefully-designed, slotted mounting holes, they are capable of being mounted to almost any aerobar on the market! Yet the slotted holes carefully maintain the same strength, padding, and comfort of the original cups. They now feature a fore-aft bolt hole range from 11-35mm, and lateral range from 10-30mm. Regardless of bolt size or bolt size, diameter, or spacing, these cups will fit almost anything.

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