Enve M6 Carbon Bars

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Description

Enve carbon laminate is tuned to achieve that elusive sweet spot - Light and strong in the lab, smooth and responsive on the trail. ENVE's M series handlebars are designed to cater to different styles of riding which they designate with their model numbering system. The M6 bars are designed for Trail riding, where riders typically spend 60% of their time seated and 40% standing. These bars feature 31.8mm diameter bars with a more compliant and comfortable flex profile than would be found on the more gravity focussed M7 and M9 series bars. 

Features:

  • All carbon construction with flex tuned layup
  • 780mm width
  • 31.8mm clamp diameter
  • Available in 7mm and 25mm rise options
  • Backsweep: 9 deg
  • Upsweep: 5 deg
  • Weight: 190g (7mm), 200g (25mm)
  • Includes a complete decal sheet to colour match current ENVE wheel colours 

Torque Spec: 

  • Bar 5.5Nm
  • Controls 5.5Nm

 

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31.8mm
25mm Rise
780mm
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Enve M6 Carbon BarsENVM6CBRS
Black - 31.8mm - 25mm Rise - 780mm300-1000-062

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