ENVE had some new bars and stems on display at Sea Otter this year. The HDH bar was developed with input from the Santa Cruz Syndicate DH team. Steve Peat, Greg Minnaar, and Josh Bryceland are all tall so they wanted a bar with more rise. ENVE answered with the HDH bar that features 46mm of rise and a width of 810mm. The added rise allows you to get way back over the rear wheel when things get really, really steep, as they tend to on World Cup tracks.
The bars will retail for $175 and will be available in May.
ENVE also had some new stems to show. They come in lengths from 40mm to 85mm with weights ranging from 80g to 101g. The stems have +/- 6 degrees of rise, depending on which way you have it flipped. While ENVE has been making their rims in house since the beginning, bars and stems have been produced in their overseas facility. This new stem was designed and manufactured in their Utah headquarters. The $270 stems are shipping now.