TruVativ Descendant Carbon 35mm Handlebar - CC Limited Edition

TruVativ Descendant Carbon 35mm Handlebar - CC Limited Edition
TruVativ Descendant Carbon 35mm Handlebar - CC Limited Edition
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Descendant Carbon 35mm Handlebar - CC Limited Edition by TruVativ
Drop into burly lines with confidence with the CC Limited Edition Descendant Carbon 35mm Handlebar. Featuring a stout 35mm diameter, these bars elevate stiffness to the next level, delivering a responsive steering feel when you're navigating tricky corners at speed, and a high level of confidence when you're smashing through rock gardens full of square-edged hits. This doesn't mean the bars feel overly stiff though, as the carbon fiber construction manages to damp harsh trail vibrations, giving your hands a break during big rides on rough terrain. At 800mm wide, the Descendant provides a wide stance for maximum control, but can easily be cut down to 780 or 760mm to suit your preference. The rise and sweep offer a proven shape that works well for everything from aggressive trail riding to downhill racing, and the bars come with sleek Competitive Cyclist graphics for a custom look.

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