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Deity Highside 760 Alloy Bars

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The Deity Highside 760 Handlebars are designed with dirt jumping and slopestyle riding in mind. They offer a stiff, responsive feel and a much higher rise than your average bar. Featuring rises of either 50mm or 80mm, these bars are a great addition to any bike you happen to ride.
  • Designed for DJ and Slopestyle riding
  • Made from custom gradient butted 7075 T6 aluminium
  • Bead blast finish for durability and fatigue resistance
  • Diameter: 31.8mm
  • Rise: 50mm and 80mm.
  • Weight: 323g (50mm), 334g (80mm)
  • Width: 760mm.
  • Up sweep: 5 deg.
  • Back sweep: 9deg

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Deity Highside 760 Alloy BarsDTYHGS760BR
Black - 31.8mm - 50mm Rise - 760mm817180021257
Black - 31.8mm - 80mm Rise - 760mm817180021325

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