A critical component in our massive handlebar expansion, the Deity Topsoil Handlebar is a departure from our heavier 50mm rise handlebars from the past and is perfect fit in our new elite high end 7075 handlebar line up. Competition ready, super lightweight at 283g and using our own tooling, the topsoil is custom drawn from double butted 7075 T6 aluminium and comes in at a stable 29inch width (735mm) that makes the Deity Topsoil ideal in practically any riding condition, from All Mountain to Trails.
Even Deity handlebar now has its own identity, style, width, rise but the one thing that stays consistent are our trademark bends. With a 9 degree bend and a 5 degree upsweep, the Topsoil shares the comfortable angles that have made the Deity handlebars a top choice worldwide.
Deity Components Topsoil Handlebar 2012 Features:
Designed for all disciplines, from All Mountain, DH, Trails, Freeriding and more
Made from custom Double Butted 7075 T6 Aluminium
735mm length (29 inch) for added leverage and stability
Featuring a 50mm rise (2 inch)
Trademark 9 degree bend x 5 degree upsweep
31.8mm Clamping diameter
Available in durable full Bead Blast Black Ano
Also available a high Gloss White Powdercoat
Weight: 283 grams
Buy Deity Components Topsoil Handlebar 2012 from Chain Reaction Cycles, the world's largest online bicycle store.
Rated 5 out of 5 by sen4ik good
lightweight, good paint, strong, broad............
21 August 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Great Handlebar for Dirt Jumping
Been riding theese bars for a couple of months now. Great bar, geo suits me perfectly. No noticable flex, Love the colour. I have previously run nukeproof war headbars which never really felt right and before that an old pair of deity dirty thirtys which were great but the previous owner cut them really narrow. Would definatley recommened theese bars!
15 May 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Really good bars great for dj and trail and are really good looking
12 September 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous It's kinda scary how the bar has so much flex as your riding.
17 March 2012