Renthal - Renthal Fatbar Carbon Handlebar - Fatbar Carbon
Renthal Fatbar Carbon Handlebar
The Renthal FatBar Carbon is the ultimate DH race handlebar. The product of an intense and in-depth research and development program, this ride-tuned handlebar combines the ultimate blend of strength, stiffness and shock absorption. This handlebar comes in at 780mm and is approved for downhill racing and use with a twin crown fork. The Fatbar Carbon is an all-new handlebar, not just a wider version of the Fatbar Lite Carbon. We followed the same in depth R&D process with this handlebar as with our previous Fatbar Lite Carbon, with the ride-feel of the bar being of the utmost importance.
Our mission was to match the ride-feel of the aluminum Fatbar but in a much, much lighter weight carbon package. With extensive R&D testing and data acquisition work, we have proven that this has been achieved. A downhill race handlebar with superb ride-feel characteristics and incredible strength. And all this in a 780mm bar which weighs a mere 225g! This Fatbar Carbon is much more than the bar of choice for downhill racers. Modern trail riders, enduro racers and 29'er / 27.5in riders are demanding wide bars at XC race weight. The Fatbar Carbon exactly matches those demands and is certain be the 'must have' handlebar for this huge market of riders.
Following our philosophy of giving the rider spec choice, we have committed to four different rises - 10, 20, 30 and 40mm. No other carbon handlebar brand offers this level of choice to give the rider such a precise fit.
UD carbon construction
Ride tuned for the ultimate combination of stiffness and shock absorption
Increased width oversize centre section for fine-tuned flex characteristics
DH race and twin crown fork compatible
DH spec 780mm width
Permanent graphics, set-up grid and cut marks
Race-light 225g weight
Rise Options: 10mm, 20mm, 30mm or 40mm
Weight: 225g (all rises)
Centre Clamp Dia. 31.8mm
The recommended maximum torque on the Fatbar Carbon is 5Nm for all components mounted to it (including stems).