Extralite HyperStem O12 67 grams!

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Dream Bikes
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by Dream Bikes

Here 90 mm on the scale! 80 mm will be probably under 70 grams! :mrgreen:
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Looks really nice - hope Extralite will make a 70mm.

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by Dream Bikes

Unfortunately not...only from 80 mm to 120 mm!
A better view here..
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Damn it - looks so fine. Did you have a chance to ride it?

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Yes, 80 mm is under 70 grams!
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Nice.....but for Euro 189 so it should be (Euro 171 more than my 126g stem, Euro2.9/g!)
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The question is, would you ride it?

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by TheRookie

Yup.....the CEN tests are more severe than the vast majority of riders usage, it's not a DH stem though!
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by spartan

has anyone bought this stem? stiffness vs deda/ritchey/edge products..

hope fairwheel bikes does a 2015 stem test soon....
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wishing Extralite would make a -25 degree for 29ers.

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by snowdevlin

wishing getting a good on te now extint extralite ultra road stem....

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Still no-one that have any comment, shared opinion or experience on how stiff, or lack of, talking HyperStem?
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I have one coming (90mm) for my roadie. Hopefully will be here and fitted be fore the end of the month. Can report back then
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Oops, just read the title more closely..... Mine in fact is a 6 degree one, sorry
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by UpFromOne

The Extralites are very stiff for their weight, and in general are stiff enough. But is anyone expecting the 12 degree Hyperstem to be any different than their 6 degree? Or has Extralite shaved even more material (compared to their standard stems) to make this one?

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