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The Anemoi Basebar - Adjustment & Customisation

The Anemoi Basebar

The Anemoi basebar is our answer to the quest for the perfect cockpit. In the two years since the release of the Anemoi aero extension system, countless athletes have taken to the top step of the podium using our class-leading extension system, which allows for continual position optimisation and refinement. This premise was key in the development of our Anemoi basebar. The aerodynamics of equipment in isolation are important but they are dwarfed by the improvements that can be made by adjusting, tweaking and tuning a rider’s position.

We have therefore focused on ensuring the Anemoi basebar provides not only the best aerodynamic performance but the widest range of adjustment available from any basebar currently on the market.


The most obvious & unique adjustment aspect of the Anemoi basebar is the seamless ability to increase or decrease stem length without having to re-cable and whilst keeping reach adjustment entirely in the horizontal plane, completely removing how current designs change stack whilst changing reach. Using an innovative axle design in combination with stem spacers means each stem size provides a 25mm fore-aft reach adjustment window in 5mm increments. Over the two standard stem sizes this provides a 50mm range. In traditional terms a short stem offers reach adjustment from 70-95mm whilst the medium stem offers reach 95-120mm.


Riser stack spacers look like the simplest part but they carry huge importance, not only in their profile and how this is optimised for total system performance but also because adjusting stack height is one of the most common cockpit adjustments made. With electronic shifting cables now being commonplace, the frustrations of having to re-cable the riser stacks may not be quite as extreme as it once was, but with our slotted riser design there is no requirement to disconnect and reconnect cables for any stack. Our risers interlock with each other to give structural integrity to the system, removing bending loads from the riser bolts and allowing you to run high stack heights confidently.



Fully internal cable routing is par for the course nowadays. It sounds so simple, but with the ever-increasing complexity of parts, internal cable routing is one aspect that during the design phase doesn’t get the attention it needs. To combat this, we have provided various routing options:
  • Completely internal from extensions & brake levers right through to the cable exit back of the stem.
  • Cable exit slot on the underside of the front stem to route to any externally mounted brake or external frame cable entry.
  • Cable exit hole forward of the steerer in the rear stem which aligns directly above the front brake, and can be stopped in the stem so only the cable inner is exposed with brakes such as TriRig Omega.
  • Cable exit holes on both sides of the stem. Ideal for routing out and into the downtube on older generation bikes.


We know that details matter, and to ensure ultra-clean integration we offer two different stem caps. One optimised for use with a standard exposed steerer set up and the other, an integrated cap that works with integrated steerers where space behind the steerer tube is limited. 
With the medium reach stem you’ll also find enough space to store a Di2 junction box under the cover cap.


The most striking part of the basebar design belongs to the detachable carbon wings. We chose this method for numerous reasons, predominately it means we can future proof the basebar when development invariably takes the next step whilst also offering various different wing designs in the future (such as dropbar wings with an extension set up that are popular among triathletes). But it also has the practical benefits of being easier to cable route and disassemble for athletes that take their bike abroad with them, and if you should crash and damage the basebar, you can replace a single wing as opposed to an entire basebar.


Clean integration with our adjustable angled risers means both the Anemoi and Minimoi extension systems integrate seamlessly and you’ll have the full 5 through to 25 degree range of adjustment available to you.


We have strived to offer as broad a range of adjustment as possible but we appreciate that sometimes there are unique bikes and setups that require a unique solution. Fully custom designs are possible with our inhouse design team, whether that is different rear stems (lengths, steerer diameters, angles), frame specific stem caps, or even something more bespoke. Get in touch to realise your ideas.


The relentless pursuit of speed continues, and we will not stand still. We have a range of new components in the works for the Anemoi basebar. To this end you may notice one or two of the future proofed aspects to accommodate for ongoing developments such as a front light or a stem mounted BTA solution.

If there is something you would like to see, please get in contact and let us know. We always love developing new ideas and solutions to the problems people face.

For that finishing touch and because we know details matter, we’ll be continuing to offer coloured decals so you can colour match to your preference. We can also offer coloured anodising on request for an additional cost.

2 comments on The Anemoi Basebar - Adjustment & Customisation

  • Starla Hercus
    Starla HercusJanuary 03, 2024

    To the webmaster, Thanks for the educational content!

  • Gabriel Fligelman
    Gabriel Fligelman January 03, 2024

    This cockpit can fit to orbea urdo 2021?

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