Deda's new stem and handlebar

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ticou
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by ticou

Very happy with my Deda bars 'n stem. Best not to go too WW in this region.

Monkeyboy3333
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by Monkeyboy3333

anybody tried these deda superleggera stem/bars yet? any pics? - nothing via search other than this thread.

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corky
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by corky

don't think they are actually out yet are they?

some online stores advertising them but no stock as far as I can find

Monkeyboy3333
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by Monkeyboy3333

That answers that then....i thought it was a bit quiet on the review front

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elviento wrote:If you look at the shape of the steerer clamp, you can see probably 1-1.5cm3 of materials shaved, which probably translates into 3-4 grams, so 120-125g is probably about right, which is actually not bad.

The trend is simply shifting from the old sculpted steerer clamp (ala Newton, Stella Azzurra Viceversa) towards simply round sleeve like seen on Syntace, UNO, etc.

Stem clamp height is 4mm shorter. Extension appears to be round as opposed to the Zero100's tall oval. Material is 7050 instead of 2014.

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Shape: RHM Rapid Hand Movement

He he. The marketing department having a bit of fun?

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wojchiech
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by wojchiech

just got one of those remind-me-when-they-are-in-stock emails from ribble - they have the superleggera handlebars (but not stems) in stock now

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by djconnel

That Daffy Duck GIF is a guaranteed LOL....

I did a regression and concluded their bar mass was for 34 cm.

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shadwell
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by shadwell

Well all the "PRO's" are going narrower..... dontchya know..

so expect these to sell by the bucket load as sheep follow en masse "42 is so last year"... :roll:

CimaCoppi
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by CimaCoppi

I'm interested in this stem as well. i'd like to buy one when they come available. If I'm the first to get one, I'll post a review.

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Wingnut
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by Wingnut

shadwell wrote:Well all the "PRO's" are going narrower..... dontchya know..

so expect these to sell by the bucket load as sheep follow en masse "42 is so last year"... :roll:


Lol, yes...two or three Pro's go narrower and apparently everyone's doing it... :wink:
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Casati
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by Casati

I've ordered the bars for my new bike, should be getting them by tomorrow. I'll put it on the scales and add the correct weight to the listings. :)

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by SDP

please post in this topic as well..interested.

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Casati
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by Casati

It turned out to be a Trentacinque, as the 31.7mm version is not available yet. The weight of the two should be same, though, and this bar weighed 184 grammes in 42 cm, which is 4 more than advertised.

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Martin.F
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by Martin.F

For people wondering, the weight of a 42cm (outside - outside) 31.7mm superleggera bar is 181 grams - as advertised.
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