The Wingbar 35 is designed to be coupled with the Defy 35 stem from DMR and together they make an awesome front end set up. Definitely not the lightest in the world, but if you want something reliable and stiff and don’t fancy your chances with carbon, as many riders don’t, then this set up should please. Made from 7075 heat-treated aluminium the Wingbar 35 is DMR’s lightest and strongest bar.Buy Handlebars on
A lot of care and attention went into the geometry on this bar and the designers wanted to get the angles just right. In the end they went for a 5 degree upsweep with 8 degrees of back sweep. The result is a natural feeling set-up that has been optimised for out of the saddle aggressive riding. Available in either a 20mm rise and 35mm rise option, and either black or nickel colourway. The width is 800mm, but with markings every 2.5mm to allow you to trim it down to the perfect width for your style on the bike.
Material: 7075 Alloy
Rise: 20mm or 35mm
Sweeps: 5° Up, 8° Back
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This review was in Issue 31 of IMB.For more information visit DMR Bikes
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