So, these have been out of stock for many months! I check the Canyon sight regularly and they are now available if anyone else has been impatiently waiting… they fit the H36 bars that come standard on the aeroroad.
I think it’s discontinued I’m afraid.
Nope, currently available… hence the message above. They were out of stock for a long time but are now available again. Just trying to spread the message if others have been looking for them.
Great news for the ultra-gravel crew
I’d love to get those, but sadly my Aeroad from 2018 came with the H11 handlebar, which has the same shape as the H36 but you risk losing your teeth if you put too much pressure on the aerobars…
I just got mine in the mail. The site mentions bar end shifters and the manual that comes with the TT bars show empty bar ends… But the rounded plugs that cane installed seem like they’re permanent. Any idea if these are just glued or really hard to remove?
I have a new unopened set that I might be selling (not 100% sure yet). Would anyone be interested?
No, they’re just a tight fit plastic. I got a knife edge and then a screwdriver blade between the end cap and the extensions and just carefully levered them out. Since installed di2 shifters on them.
I already got them. Even I got H11 but they are really fixed. I have 85kg and 190cm frame size XL.!
I’m a big guy too! 200 cm and 85 Kg… on a 2XL! I’m all arms and body so I’m pretty much maxing our the aero bars but they feel great and I’m definitely hitting higher speeds for the same effort! I checked back on Canyon and they’ve already sold out again!
I can’t wait to get some bar end di2!!! Coming out of aero to shift in the hoods at 35 mph is down right terrifying!
Someone below just fitted them to an H11… check with them. It might be the same profile! Canyon is sold out again, but there’s another person below that says they have new unopened…
Yea even on this bigger frames you can reach pretty nice speed. I feel like on TT bike.
I was waiting for extensions since Oktober. After half year they produced and after three days sold out in Europe coz they made 2000pcs. I spoke with customer service they said H11 is same size like H36 so on my picture is proof. I would buy also on the end of extensions Shimano SW-R671 which are TT shifters. Than just plug it in to junction box and enjoy it.
So the H36 and H11 have the same profile. The aero extensions fit both, HOWEVER… The H11 is NOT reinforced in the clamping area and you seriously risk crushing the bars. I bought the H36 just for good measure as I wouldn’t want to risk going face-first into the pavement.
Also, I was able to take off the end covers, some pliers worked just fine. Ended up putting single button di2 shifters and I’ll be able to just plug them into the hoods when I use them.
I decided to get a 5 port A junction mounted in the space under the stem, rather than plugging them into the hoods. Makes it easier and cleaner to remove and re-install the bars.
Yes I would be interested! Located in the Netherlands…
Not anymore I’m afraid :(. I was checking it regularly too but didn’t found them available. At least in the Netherlands. And now they’re again unavailable :(. Continuing my search…
That’s about 3 times over the past 12 months I have seen them come in, then sell out in a couple of weeks. You think Canyon might have worked out there is unmet demand for these, and a sales opportunity.
Yeah indeed… I don’t understand why canyon does not produces more of them either… There is a lot of demand for it. And when they are there, they sell out quick. I hope there will be a new stock soon. I’ll keep an eye on it. Three times a year is at least more often then I thought…
Do you still have the tri bars? If you do, can you email me firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks