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Ritchey Adjustable Road Stem

Ritchey Adjustable Road Stem


$44.75
$49.72 Save 10%!

4.5 (6 reviews)

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119849-100-BLK Black, 100mm In Stock
119849-120-BLK Black, 120mm Currently unavailable
119849-80-BLK Black, 80mm Currently unavailable

Ritchey Comp 4-Axis Stem

Ritchey Comp 4-Axis Stem


$35.33
$39.25 Save 10%!

4.0 (1 review)

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EV198076-100-NA Black, 100mm In Stock
EV198076-120-NA Black, 120mm In Stock
EV198076-130-NA Black, 130mm In stock at remote warehouse
EV198076-80-NA Black, 80mm In stock at remote warehouse
EV198076-90-NA Black, 90mm In Stock
EV198076-110-NA Black, 110mm Currently unavailable

Ritchey World Championship Series 4-Axis Stem

Ritchey World Championship Series 4-Axis Stem


$54.95
$91.58 Save 40%!

0.0 (0 reviews)

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EV221006-130-WTBK Wet Black, 130x73dx31.8 In Stock
EV221006-100-WTBK Wet Black, 100x73dx31.8 Discontinued
EV221006-110-WTBK Wet Black, 110x73dx31.8 Discontinued
EV221007-110-BLK Matte Black, 110x73dx31.8 Discontinued
EV221007-130-BLK Matte Black, 130x73dx31.8 Discontinued
EV221008-140-BLK Wet White, 140x84dx31.8 Discontinued
EV221009-120-BLK Matte Black, 120x84dx31.8 Discontinued

Ritchey Superlogic C260 Stem

Ritchey Superlogic C260 Stem


$238.12
$340.17 Save 30%!

0.0 (0 reviews)

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EV198104-110-NA Black, 110mm In Stock

A crucial part of your controls, stems come in many different lengths and rises which affect your riding position. These days, most stems work with threadless headsets – meaning they clamp straight on to the fork’s steerer tube and cannot be adjusted for height – though some still use the ‘quill’ method, allowing more adjustability, but with a weight penalty. Think about what you want, and bear in mind that a shorter stem means quicker steering, but a less efficient and aerodynamic position.

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