Descendant TLD Riser Carbon 35mm Handlebar by TruVativ
Blasting berms, pulverizing rock gardens, and boosting off of lofty booters is all just a day on the trail to you, and you need a riser bar that's ready to tackle it all -- and with style. Reach for the Truvativ Descendant TLD Riser Carbon 35mm Handlebar to deliver the goods, with the right amount of rise to handle chunky DH lines, a girthy 35mm bore for rigid control that's paired with tuned-in tamping of harsh trail vibrations. This special edition model rocks graphics from Troy Lee Designs for a sharp, bold, and flashy look that stands out against the others, while providing the same ride quality you know and trust from the Descendant. That means it sports a carbon layup that's precise, and a solid 800mm of width for those of us who covet wide bars and short stems. Since stretching out a bar can have an adverse effect in losing the responsive gains, Truvativ opts to craft this bar from carbon fiber that elevates stiffness to keep you in control even when you're torquing hard on the bars. The bar's dimensions are the result of feedback from professionals and TruVativ's history of producing gravity kit like the Boobar--though we should note that the Descendant Carbon 35 is even wider than the Boobar, better suiting it to today's more aggressive courses, bikes, and riding styles.
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