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Handlebar Renthal FatBar Carbon: DH for Enduro/downhill

Handlebar Renthal FatBar Carbon: DH for Enduro/downhill
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Handlebar Renthal Fatbar DH Carbon 780mm

The handlebar Renthal Fatbar DH Carbon is a very lighthandlebar model, leads the market today in terms of weight as it is made of carbon, the prestigious brand of components for cycling Renthal. In addition, this model is characterized by resistance and efficiency and has been specially manufactured for the modalities of downhill and enduro competition.

As a compared, the handlebar Renthal Fatbar DH Carbon is a "slightly more resistant" model than the handlebar Renthal Fatbar Lite carbon.

This model has been manufactured in a length superior to that of its homonyms: they surprise their 780mm of length that guarantee a comfortable and precise conduction. Moreover, as has been commented, it is a model specially manufactured for the modalities that require more resistance to impacts and vibrations as they are the downhill and the enduro of competition.

You can easily cut the handlebars, if you need it, as it incorporates brands that will serve as a guide; So you can find the length of handlebar that suits your driving style on the bike.

It has also been designed in two colors combining gold and black in two areas and hence the limited edition of this handlebar is the gold (classic and so triumphant of this brand) with the center in black.

The handlebars have been manufactured in 4 possible heights: 10, 20, 30 and 40mm rise options that ensure the variety of options that fit all the tastes and preferences of the enduro and downhill cyclists.

Main features of handlebar Renthal Fatbar DH 780mm Carbon

  • Handlebar Width: 780 mm
  • Backsweep (Backward Tilt): 7 °
  • Color: Black, gold
  • Handlebar Diameter: 31.8 mm
  • Height: 10, 20, 30, 40mm rise options
  • Material: Carbon
  • Upsweep (Upward Tilt): 5 °
  • Weight: 225 grams (according to manufacturer)

 

What do we know about the Renthal brand?

Renthal is a UK manufacturer that designs accessories for motorcycles and bicycles, including handlebars, chainrings, grips and other components. Its "collaborations" or manufacturing for Honda, Kawasaki, KTM and Suzyki with specific handlebars for all terrain motorcycles (motocross) was the definitive impulse of this brand in the component market.
Rental was a company created in 1969 by a groupset of Friends motocross lovers, Andrew Renshaw and Henry Rosenthal, currently both are the technical and commercial directors, Respecitvamente, of the company.

The name of Renthal is Deriba of the Union of its two surnames (RenShaw and RosenThal). The first design of this company was a handlebar prototype that Rosenthal designed and Frabricó for his own trial bike; This prototpio was manufactured in H14 aircraft aluminium. After this prototype, the two creators began a small line of production of small-scale handlebars as neither had a chance of full-time dedication to the company.

In 1990, it was when Renthal opened its first manufacturing and sales office in the United States aided by a young entrepreneur named Jim Hale.

Its acclaimed success since then, has been what has allowed the last years the brand Renthal manufacture handlebars, grips and chainrings for the specific market of cycling.

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