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ENVE’s Downhill bar measures in at a whopping 800mm, and a feathery 245 grams. It’s phenomenally strong and is put to the test throughout the summer on the World Cup circuit. It’s designed specifically for the needs of DH riders, which is why you’ll find no rise, and a 9-degree sweep. The lack of rise is due to the ever-increasing height of downhill forks, especially since the wholesale switch to 27.5in wheels, and the 9-degree sweep places your wrists in a neutral, comfortable position to reduce fatigue.

  • 800mm wide, compatible with 31.8mm clamps
  • Made in the USA
  • Zero rise, 9-degree sweep
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Stronger Than Human Bones...

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

Ohhhh, the ENVE DH handlebar. Where to begin... The stiffness? The strength? The width? The uncompromising quality? The World Championships, World Cup DH and Enduro World Series won with it? Or do I start with the brutal, body-wrecking crashes that the bar has survived? How about that 5 year warranty?

Stiffer than any other bar I've ever run and stronger than even my own bones (I know, I know), the ENVE DH bar is the line in the sand for every other company in the carbon handlebar market. Light enough that seeing them on XC bars isn't uncommon and attractive enough to hold the title of 'sexiest bar ever' (in my mind), it's a beautiful thing, especially when paired with any of the ENVE mountain or direct mount stems. Just like any other ENVE product, the DH bar is made to discerning specifications with the goal of building a bar that will dampen chatter, support a lot of weight and impact, but still be as light as possible. ENVE does this in two ways: by creating an unrivaled creative process and by controlling their product through rigorous quality performance tests.

Put plainly, this bar contributes to the toughest, best performing, lightest cockpit I?ve ever run. It's the only bar I rock. Yep. The only one for XC, trail AND downhill; it's easily cut to fit any bike or discipline. If you want to chat about the finer details, aesthetics or you?re curious to how the handlebar fared after being drug through a rock garden upside down at race pace, give me a call at 801-726-6396 ext 4768.

Stronger Than Human Bones...

Bling AND Performance!

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

I have used a few different wider bars over the past few years, including Cromag flat's, Sunline 777 flats, and Renthal Fatbars, and the Enve bar is the best I have ridden. Not nearly as stiff as the Renthal, but extremely stiff and comfortable none the less. I will be buying another set for my next bike. The width is awesome for a DH bike, but cut down to 760-780mm makes for a perfect trail width bar. The sweep feels great, and these bars with some comfy grips prevent hand fatigue over long descents.

If you are looking for a strong durable DH bar that's going to provide some hand relief over the stiff metal bars on the market without sacrificing performance, look no further

Handlebar love

    I put these on my Enduro, I cut them down to 760, 800 was just a bit too wide. The bars are amazing, they absorb tons of chatter and feel great on the trail. Not to mention that they are a work of art, the carbon is perfect, the design is simple and inspired. I am sure that I will be upgrading my the bars on my DH bike to these bars in the very near future.

    Wow! An amazing handlebar

      I wanted to a go a bit wider, but not quite to 800mm so I got these and cut them down to 760mm and after mounting them up, they are hands down the best bar I have ever ridden. I put them on my all mountain bike and will be getting a second pair for my DH bike.

      I love the simple design and the weight is unbelievable, super light. They offer a great "feel" for the trail but don't transfer the jarring sensation of aluminum bars.

      Bomber Bars

        Are you conflicted? You want the lightness of carbon bars, but you're worried about them snapping and leaving you with a massive dental bill?

        Look no further.

        These bars perform like carbon bars with good vibration dampening and amazing lightness, but they're built to be bombproof. Note that ENVE calls them downhill bars because they're 800mm wide. They're marked for cutoffs, so you can make them whatever you want, with a few minutes, some masking tape, and a hacksaw. 750mm seems to be a sweet spot on my 29ers. Add in a short stem, grip it and rip it.

        Unanswered Question

        i think you have the rise incorrect in...

        i think you have the rise incorrect in that last paragraph. According to ENVE, these have 23 mm rise. Certainly don't look like a flat bar!