Truvativ - TLD Colab Descendant Carbon Bars

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The Truvativ TLD Colab Descendant handlebars are a perfect example of what can happen when two great brands come together. Truvativ has created a wide, strong and stiff carbon bar that oozes artistic style. With an 800mm width for total cornering control and a 25mm rise for gravity trails, this handlebar provides fantastic trail feedback.

With input from the pro-level riders and carbon layup construction, these are strong and reliable bars with an excellent ride feel.


  • Wide, stiff and precise trail feedback
  • Featuring the DESCENDANT geometry for ultimate DH and Gravity trails
  • Signature Troy Lee Design artwork 
  • Input from pro level riders
  • Cut guide marks


  • Material: Carbon Fibre
  • Weight: 200g
  • Width: 800mm
  • Backsweep: 7°
  • Bar Clamp Diameter: 35mm
  • Rise: 20mm
  • Upsweep: 5°


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