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Carbon Deity Bars

Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by jonKranked, Apr 26, 2013.

  1. jonKranked

    jonKranked Press Button, Receive Stupid

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  2. norbar

    norbar Turbo Monkey

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    Wide for an enduro bar but they look nice.
     
  3. frorider

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    735 isn't particularly wide. I went from 740 to 760 on my Nomad a couple of years ago.

    weird decision.
     
  4. norbar

    norbar Turbo Monkey

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    Sorry I'm an idiot. I've seen the dh width and thought it was for enduro
     
  5. CBJ

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    Even for Enduro is should be wider and you can always cut it down. I like to ride a wide handle bar on my XC bike but I do not need a DH handle bar to do the job.
     
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  6. jrock&co

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    Enduro model should be wider...

    Now a dh carbon bar!
    Any riders use carbon bars on wc circuit?
     
  7. Nick

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    Looks nice.

    Do they make one for freeriding?
     
  8. EastCoaster

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    Been running multiple Deity components on multiple bikes for a while.
    Nothing but GREAT customer service from them.... Had replies back to questions from both Sadie and Eric. Fast shipping, etc.

    Just picked up the new Locust stem from them for the DH bike...
     
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  9. OGRipper

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    The Syndicate guys run Enve carbon bars, and I doubt they're the only ones.
     
  10. ChrisRobin

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    I should probably email them but what's the roll-out time frame from when companies release something new, to when it actually hits the stores? I'm liking that Mohawk 31" bar.
     
  11. BmxConvert

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    Deity seems pretty on the ball with getting stuff out shortly after it's shown to the public. Some companies on the other hand have had the products shown, listed in distributors catalogs with prices and part numbers for 2+ years before the products were actually available.