aerobar

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noun aer·o·bar \ˈer-ō-ˌbär\

Definition of aerobar

plural

aerobars

  1. :  a set of bicycle handlebars or handlebar extensions that are designed to put a rider’s body in a low, aerodynamic position Once you get an aerobar, you'll be addicted to it. If you're new to the bar, try it first on a flat, fast course—it's phenomenal. — Christine Mattheis, Bicycling, March 2008 —usually plural If you watch the Tour De France, they use aerobars for aerodynamics but they are only riding 30 or so miles at most. — Willy Nevin, San Jose (California) Mercury News, 13 May 2010

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Origin and Etymology of aerobar

aero- + (handle)bar


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