High end composite component and wheel maker ENVE lifted the lid on a new downhill bar this week at the Sea Otter Classic. Dubbed the HDH, the new bars is designed to mix precision steering and ride-tuned damping. Here’s a rundown of key features and specs.
- 46mm rise
- 31.8 clamp diameter
- Predefined cut lines
- Full unidirectional carbon fiber construction
- 810mm width
- 46mm rise
- 9 degree sweep
- 5 degree tip
- 31.8mm clam diameter
- Claimed weight 267g
- MSRP: $175
ENVE also unveiled some refinements to its popular line of existing mountain bike bars, the SWP, RSR and DH. They too get redefined cut lines, utilize a 31.8mm clamp diameter, and benefit from full unidirectional carbon fiber construction. Widths run 760mm, 760mm and 800mm respectively. Rise is 0 degrees, 23 degrees and 23 degrees. All three have 9 degrees of sweep and a 5 degree tip. Claimed weights are 178g, 194g, and 234g respectively. The SWP and RSR sell for $160 each, while the DH is priced at $175.
For more information visit enve.com.
This article is part of Mtbr’s coverage of the 2015 Sea Otter Classic in Monterey, California. For more from Sea Otter CLICK HERE.