First Look: 2014 Deity Carbon Bars, I-Beam Posts and Prototype Frames 1

<b>Welcome to the world of carbon, Deity.</b>

<b>A year in the making, Tracy Moseley's signature edition carbon bars will be available this June.</b>

<b>Developed with a World Cup DH Champion, the T-MO bars are designed for enduro and all-mountain use.</b></b>

<b>At 29-inches wide, it's a suitable width for most enduro racers.</b>

<b>High gloss uni-directional carbon gives them that polished look.</b>

<b>Want wider? Deity has you covered with the DC31 Mohawk Handlebars.</b>

<b>Developed and designed in-house, the new carbon bars use Deity's own carbon molds.</b>

<b>A textured stem clamping surface gives the bars some added grip where it counts.</b>

<b>The new Retina I-Beam Seatpost pairs up perfectly with the Deity Rally or Divot saddle.</b>

<b>You gotta admit, these posts looks great!</b>

<b>It'll come in a 27.2mm diameter with conversion shims for other sizes.</b>

<b>Kinney, Bafus, and Cody giving you a super top secret sneak peek at what's to come.</b>

<b>All new for 2014. Stay tuned!</b>

Time and time again, Deity Components continues to impress us. From the design to the tech, every detail is immaculate and every part of their lineup looks dialed. Interested to see what's cooking for the new year, we sat down with them at the Sea Otter Classic to take a look at the fresh DC31 Mohawk Handlebars, T-MO Enduro Handlebars, Retina I-Beam Seatpost, and prototype Cryptkeeper and Streetsweeper frames. -- Photos by Brandon Turman
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1 comment
  • Big Bird

    4/30/2013 8:19 AM

    Those frames have nice tight rear ends. No more having to grind out your dropouts. Finally.

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