Answer: Yes, but make sure your cockpit controls fit to your preference first.
There is no structural reason why you should not trim your handlebars shorter than the recommended minimum of 760mm; however, make sure your cockpit controls fit to your preference before trimming. Depending on brake lever and shift type, the bend in the handlebar may limit control positioning and require brake levers or shifters positioned closer to the grip than ideal./hc/en-us/articles/8187403194907-Can-I-trim-my-e-thirteen-handlebars-shorter-than-the-recommended-minimum-of-760mm-
You can read up on our product categories and levels here: XCX, TRS, and LG1? Base, Plus and Race? What does all that mean?
When it comes to our bars and stems, the same principals apply except that we don't currently make a Race level stem.
Base: 6061 alloy and 404g
Plus: 7050 alloy and 295g
Race: Carbon and 234g
Base: 6061 alloy and 160g (40mm) / 178g (50mm)
Plus: 7050 alloy and 145g (40mm) / 163g (50mm)/hc/en-us/articles/5538359309723-What-are-the-differences-between-the-Base-Plus-and-Race-level-bars-and-stems-
Answer: Handlebar sweep and roll are highly dependent on personal preference. There is not a "correct postion" or "incorrect position".
Also, bicycle head tube angle will impact the roll requirement to achieve a "neutral" bar position for a given bar. This means marks on the bar indicating specific roll/sweep positions assume a specific head tube angle for them to be true. With modern headtube angles on bikes varying 5 degrees or more, there can be some notable differences between bikes which is why we don't explicitly state these numbers on our handlebars./hc/en-us/articles/4408332478619-How-should-I-align-roll-my-handlebar-relative-to-my-stem-for-proper-sweep-postion