Enve Composites DH Handlebar

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MSRP : $175.00


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Product Description

Not too long ago, people were afraid that carbon fiber was too fragile for handlebars and stems. Some of the early designs were weak, some were just dangerous. Those days are over. Today, well-designed carbon fiber handlebars are the toughest on the planet. The Enve Downhill Mountain Bar is not only strong enough for huge jumps and drops, but it's light enough for XC racing. The Downhill Mountain Bar was developed by riders for riders. Utilizing extensive feedback from the trail, the Downhill Bar design represents a perfect equilibrium between weight and strength. A mere 245 grams of impeccable carbon, the Downhill Bar is light enough for big climbs, yet durable enough for catching big air. At the same time, the extra-wide 31.5-inch-bar stance provides flexible comfort in the dirt, and the nine degree rearward sweep keeps your wrists in a relaxed, neutral position. The Enve Downhill Mountain Bar is available in a 31.5 inch width. The Downhill Bar features a nine degree sweep and zero rise. This bar is available in the color Black, and is only compatible with 31.8mm clamp diameter stems. Every Downhill Bar is handmade in the USA.


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by ranchorace1

Date Reviewed: October 19, 2013

Strengths:    Ultra wide and stiff

Weaknesses:    Expensive and look too good to scratch ;)

Bottom Line:   
Was skeptical about using carbon handlebars after cracking multiple sets of others. But the bullet and bought a set of enve DH bars. Surprisingly stiff with no flex. Would recommend as a nice upgrade to anyone! Makes your bike ride completely different and takes heaps of weight off

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dh cassette compatibility

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