Interbike 2014: FSA's New Direction
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Sep 12, 2014  hits 42,998

FSA's concept SI aerobar and stem concept look very interesting, but are only intended to show a direction for things to come, and not final products.
FSA's concept SI aerobar and stem concept look very interesting, but are only intended to show a direction for things to come, and not final products.

Triathlon stalwart FSA is showing a decidedly new direction for its upcoming aero products, and that direction is a good one. Most notably, the company is FINALLY working on an aerobar with independent stack adjustment for the pad/extension complex. It's to be called the SI bar, and FSA reps confirmed that this is the first such product in the company's history. Check out the full article for more.


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  • FSA's concept SI aerobar and stem concept look very interesting, but are only intended to show a direction for things to come, and not final products.
  • FSA's concept SI aerobar and stem concept look very interesting, but are only intended to show a direction for things to come, and not final products.
  • FSA's concept SI aerobar and stem concept look very interesting, but are only intended to show a direction for things to come, and not final products.
  • FSA's concept SI aerobar and stem concept look very interesting, but are only intended to show a direction for things to come, and not final products.
  • Like many others, FSA has followed Shimano's lead and decided that a four-bolt chainring pattern is a good idea.
  • FSA is making several new crank models with carbon drive-side arms, and alloy non-drive arms in order to be Stages-compatible. Like many others, FSA has followed Shimano's lead and decided that a four-bolt chainring pattern is a good idea.
  • FSA's new BTA concept looks much like the Speedfil A2. This isn't a final product, however.
  • The aero Metron crank.
  • This bottle uses the Vision logo as a design cue. Cool!

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