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130 Degree Road Stems Availability for 1-1/8" Steerer?



 
 
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Old April 3rd 05, 03:38 AM
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Steve Sr. wrote:
Anyone know if these are available anywhere? I'm working on improving
the fit of my bike and these seem to be available for Mountain
(25.4mm) bars only and not the Road standard of 26mm bars.

Thanks,

Steve


Try salsa (google them) - they have just about any angle/length
combination you might want. There are a number of on-line dealers or
any lbs can get their stuff for you.

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Old April 3rd 05, 03:16 PM
Qui si parla Campagnolo
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Steve Sr. wrote:
Anyone know if these are available anywhere? I'm working on improving
the fit of my bike and these seem to be available for Mountain
(25.4mm) bars only and not the Road standard of 26mm bars.

Thanks,

Steve


Ritchey, Easton, probably others, Not unusual.
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Old April 4th 05, 03:20 PM
Mark Hickey
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Steve Sr. wrote:

On Sun, 03 Apr 2005 08:16:21 -0600, Qui si parla Campagnolo
wrote:


Ritchey, Easton, probably others, Not unusual.


Thanks, I'll check these manufacturers directly. The Profile Design
that I originally ordered came via the QBP catalog at a local shop. I
don't believe that I saw any 130 degree stems in there for road bikes.
I also checked the QBP online catalog and all I got in 130 degree
angles were mountain stems. I'll check out these other manufacturers.
Hopefully they will have more useful infromation than I found on
Profile Design's site.


You missed a couple.

The Dimension road stem is available in 130 degree format.

The other option is the adjustable Ritchey adjustable road stem - it's
actually a pretty nice looking stem, not too heavy (at 224 grams), and
is adjustable from 90 to 135 degrees.

Mark Hickey
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