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Designed specifically for the aggressive trail rider.
Renthal has found the perfect combination of weight and durability! The Fatbar Lite is a lightweight bar can hold up to the rigours of trail riding without sacrificing any durability. This bar is constructed from 7 series aluminium and shot peened to to help longevity. With a hard anodised finish, the bar will hold up to the worse corrosion and the graphics will never fade. Available in a wire range of rises for a personalised fit.
Trail-proof 7 series Aluminium Alloy.
Tapered tube saves weight without sacrificing durability.
Shot peened for longevity.
Hard anodised finish prevents corrosion.
Laser etched setup marks.
Width marks for custom trimming.
Available in both 35mm and 31.8mm clamping diameters.
35mm bars come in 760mm width.
31.8mm comes in 740mm width.
Available in 10, 20, 30, 38 (31.8 only), and 40mm (35 only) rises.
Absolutely Fantastic I have always wanted these bars and at the price I got them for was amazing. I have brought from Mountain Bikes Direct a few times now and I highly recommend them for price and service.
ProsWell priced, Light and strong, Logos look great
Bought these bars for extra
Bought these bars for extra rise over my stock 20mm risers. Didn't like the extra length initially but since riding have grown used to it, allows you to stand the bike basically straight up while pushing off seat, up hill. The logos looks great, they really stand out to give the bars and the bike a modded, exclusive look. If the gold didn't match my fork tubes it would look weird, but considering it does I like how they look. They're lighter than my stock bars which were lesser in length, and apparently they're stronger, although I'm not extreme enough to test that out.
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