Have you ridden one?
I haven't, but one of the main ideas behind this is to remove the need to move between the aero and basebar positions - which is a valid criticism of traditional aero cockpits. I don't see any obvious reason why the Morftech bar would increase the risk to the user or other riders. Can you elaborate?
There's a reason why brakes are found on the end of handlebars/base bars approximately 40cm apart.
If you don't understand why they are located there I hope you're never riding on a road anywhere near me.
So, you don't intend to answer the question?
Come on, have a discussion or don't. Otherwise it's essentially tiresome trolling.
The Morftech bar switches between the two positions. You can move to a conventional basebar position before applying the brakes, and you can allegedly do so quicker than a normal transition from aero to basebar, and without both hands ever losing contact with the bar. How does this make it more dangerous?
Now, please stop childishly implying I'm an imbecile who's missing the obvious and tell me exactly what it is that I'm missing....... Thank you
[Edit] Ah - I just saw LacticTurkey's response and realise that your answer might make sense if you don't actually know what it is you're criticising. The Morftech bar is NOT fixed extensions without any basebar. The clue is in the name. It is articulated and moves between the two positions while you keep your hands on the bars. It does not remove the ability to brake from a stable position.