As Brendan Fairclough's signature handlebar, the Deity Components BF800 Brendog Handlebar is developed for the highest levels of downhill racing with its stability-enhancing combination of 30-millimeter rise and 800-millimeter width. It uses an eight degree backsweep and five degree upsweep for a bit more aggressive positioning, so you can really attack downhill courses and technical trails plunging down the mountain. The 31. 8-millimeter diameter provides a touch of extra compliance over rugged stretches of trail and technical downhill courses, but without sacrificing much in terms of strength or stiffness. In fact, you'll find the bar's 7075 T73 aluminum construction benefits from Deity's use of Gradient Butting Technology and Mono Heat Treatment, both of which result in a lighter, stiffer handlebar with better resistance to fatigue over the course of its lifespan.
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