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  • NS Bikes Evidence Bars 2013
  • NS Bikes Evidence Bars 2013
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31.8mm
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21mm
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762mm
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NS Bikes Evidence Handlebars

The Evidence is a low-rise, oversized bar designed for freeride, downhill and slopestyle. Manufactured from the same 7050 alloy as the NS Proof with very high fatigue resistance.

The Evidence is the bar that you can trust and throw the most crazy moves with it. We created a totally custom tube with super long tapers and smooth butting to avoid stress points.

The bars come with 0.8 inch (21mm) of rise and are 30” inches (762mm) wide. The Evidence is really comfortable with 9 degrees of backsweep and looks rather special even at a first glance.

NS Bikes Evidence Handlebars Specifications:

  • Material: 7050 T6 alloy
  • Clamp: 31.8 mm
  • Width: 762mm / 30”
  • Extension (c-c): 35mm / 1.4”
  • Backsweep:
  • Upsweep:
  • Weight: ~320g

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  • Colour: Black, Hell Orange, Soda Blue
  • Material: Alloy
  • Width: 762mm
  • Diameter: 31.8mm
  • Handlebar Rise: 21mm
 
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Most beautiful thing I have put on my bike so far The handlebar is sure to catch the looks of people and cause envy between other cyclists. Extremely recommended if you want to be seen either by cars or by people since it tends to stand out when lights hit it, if you pedal at night cars will surely see you. I received multiple offers to trade or sell this handlebar for other stuff from my mechanic and from other friends. Did I already mention how good it looks? Oh, it also has a good size which make the bike very easy to handle when going downhill. 20 May 2014
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