TruVativ Descendant Carbon Flat Handlebar

TruVativ Descendant Carbon Flat Handlebar
TruVativ Descendant Carbon Flat Handlebar
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Descendant Carbon Flat Handlebar by TruVativ
Aspiring enduroists often rely on riser bars for a little bit more leeway in big terrain, but the pros like Jerome Clementz run flat bars to attack the run with a more aggressive stance. TruVativ's Descendant Carbon Flat Handlebar is designed around Clementz's preferred dimensions and designed to shift weight forward ever so slightly towards the front wheel for sharper handling and precise control in techy terrain. The bar also sits wide at 750mm, helping to keep the handling responsive even with the slack head tubes and short stems of today's enduro sleds. Carbon construction ensures the bar stays light and stiff, keeping handling sharp and flex-free.

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SKU: TRU001A
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