Enve Composites Riser Handlebar

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MSRP : $228.00


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Product Description

These days, most serious XC riders and racers are using carbon fiber handlebars. Carbon bars are lightweight and extremely tough. The quality that really sets them apart, however, is their ability to absorb vibration. Constant vibration, either from the road or the trail, causes numbness and fatigue. Enve is setting a new standard for carbon fiber design. The Enve Riser Mountain Bar is a perfect example of how this relatively new company has changed the way that people think about carbon fiber. Strong enough for huge hits and giant drops, but still light enough for XC racers, the Riser Mountain Bar is a whole new level of handlebar performance. The Riser Mountain Bar was developed by riders for riders. Utilizing extensive feedback from the trail, the Riser Bar design represents a perfect equilibrium between weight and strength. A mere 245 grams of impeccable carbon, the Riser Bar is light enough for big climbs, yet durable enough for catching big air. At the same time, the wide 27.5-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 Riser Mountain Bar is available in a 27.5 inch width. The Riser 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 Riser Bar is handmade in the USA.


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by meltingfeather

Date Reviewed: May 25, 2012

Strengths:    Strenth, clamping surface, width, fit (for me personally), USA-made, bling

Weaknesses:    cost is about it, and it's comparable

Bottom Line:   
Performs like a quality carbon bar should. Strong and comfortable (for me)... I never worry about it. The width is a great option, even if just to try before cutting down.

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