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Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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I’m building a new Giant TCR sl disc and can’t decide what stem to use. The new more aero but boxy looking flux or the traditional SLR. What does everyone think?
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Neither float my boat, something Italian?, if it’s carbon maybe something German?
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SLR I think looks better on a traditional frame. Boxy one for an aero build.
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For a TCR then the SLR out of those two for sure. Otherwise the Ritchey Superlogic in 1.25" looks good on that frame.
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get the Giant Contact SLR Aero Integrated Handlebar/Stem
Canyon Endurace AL
Whyte Suffolk Gravel Bike
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I find it hard to believe that just the stem can make such a great aero difference, and IMO the first one looks dopey on climbing bikes.
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