Stem for 1 1/4 "

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motorapido
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by motorapido

As Mackers has said 31.8 is 1 1/4", the bar stem combo is supposed to comes with a shim to fit 1 1/8" a bit like the Syntace F119 stem,

Another stem option that i currently use is the 2016 onwards Syncros RR1.0 aerostem, as used on the Scott Foil, pretty light and stiff.

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slake21
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by slake21

motorapido wrote:Another stem option that i currently use is the 2016 onwards Syncros RR1.0 aerostem, as used on the Scott Foil, pretty light and stiff.


Is it currently installed on your bike? could you post a picture of it?
Last edited by slake21 on Fri Mar 10, 2017 9:01 am, edited 1 time in total.

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Zipp SL-OS on my Ultimate:

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motorapido
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by motorapido

Syncros RR1.0 aerostem
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slake21
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by slake21

looks pretty good. thanks for the pics!

motorapido
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by motorapido

Well the bars turned up today and were well wrapped in foam although just being in plastic postal bag was a bit worrying, but they appear to be spot on.

they come with 2 x 5mm and 1 x 10 mm spacers, step down shims to 1 1/8" steerer and a moulded top cap. nice clean text and logos on them with a Canyon logo, they say H11 on the side of them. Not sure what the difference between H36 and H11 is, any one know ?

Will post up some pics and weight tomorrow.

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I believe H11 is the Aeroad fit and H36 is the CF SLX fit.

motorapido
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by motorapido

Photos and info posted here to save double posting all the info

viewtopic.php?f=3&t=144200&p=1301577#p1301577

Delorre
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by Delorre

Anyone of you know an online source (in Europe) for a 130mm 1 1/4 -10° pro stem? The older ones are all sold out, and the newer ones are (not yet?) available.

peted76
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by peted76

Giant offer a 130mm 8degree one, you should be able to get one for about £140/€160.
https://www.giant-bicycles.com/gb/giant ... -1-8-fork-

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slake21
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by slake21

I still really like how this thing looks.
weight:
100mm-146g
110mm-154g
120mm-156g
130mm-158g
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will probably pick one up next year. or maybe the Vision version.
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kilohotel4455
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by kilohotel4455

i've been shopping for a steam quite a bit for my Giant TCR.

Here are some lightweight options that work with a 1.25in steerer tube.

- Zipp Service Course Sl-OS
- ITM X-One
- Ritchey
- Giant SLR Contact
- Ritchey Superlogic C260
- Ritchey WCS 4-AXIS
- Shimano PRO Vibe

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slake21
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by slake21

Here is a full list of 1 1/4" (or 1.25") stems available as of now (*Prices may vary depending on shops)
Almost all of them come with a shim for 1 1/8"

Giant Contact €25*
  • AL6061
  • Flip-Flop +/- 8 degrees
  • Weight: ca.172g (100mm)
Giant Contact SL €40*
  • AL7075
  • Titanium hardware
  • Flip-Flop +/- 8 degrees
  • Color option: black, white
  • Weight: ca.156g (100mm)
These two look pretty much the same
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Canyon V13 €50*
  • AL7050
  • Flip-Flop +/- 6 degrees
  • Weight: ca.153g (100mm)
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Syncros Aero RR1.5 Foil €60*
  • AL7075 + UD Carbon
  • -6 degrees angle
  • Weight: ca.160g (100mm)
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Ritchey WCS 4-Axis 44 €65-74*
  • AL2014
  • 84/6 degrees
  • Weight: ca.124g (100mm)
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Ritchey WCS C220 84D €80*
  • AL2014
  • carbon encased body
  • CrMo bolts
  • 84/6 degrees
  • Weight: ca.121g (100mm)
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PRO Vibe 1 1/4" Di2 €88*
  • AL7075
  • Titanium bolts
  • internal Di2 cable routing
  • -10 or -17 degrees angle
  • Weight: ca.125g (100mm)
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ZIPP Service Course SL-OS €98*
  • AL7075
  • Titanium hardware
  • Flip-Flop +/- 6 degrees
  • Weight: ca.140g (100mm)
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Ritchey Superlogic C260 Carbon €180*
  • UD Carbon + AL2014 faceplate
  • 84/6 degrees
  • Weight: ca.125g (100mm)
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FSA K-Force Light Carbon €190*
  • UD Carbon + alloy faceplate
  • Titanium hardware
  • Flip-Flop +/- 6 degrees
  • Weight: ca.150g (100mm)
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Giant Contact SLR Flux €225*
  • Titanium hardware
  • Flip-Flop +/- 8 degrees
  • Weight: ca.146g (100mm)
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Vision Metron 6° Carbon €260*
  • UD Carbon + alloy faceplate
  • Titanium hardware
  • Flip-Flop +/- 6 degrees
  • Weight: ca.150g (100mm)
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Some that are hard to find/might have been discontinued:
  • Giant Contact SLR OD2 carbon +/- 8 degrees
  • ITM X-One carbon -10 degrees angle
  • Syntace F119 +/- 6 degrees

Integrated systems


Giant Contact SLR Aero Integrated Road Handlebar and Stem €400*
  • UD Carbon
  • 3° backsweep
  • -6 degrees angle
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Canyon H11 / H36 Aerocockpit €400
  • (H11 and H36 have different drop and reach)
  • Full Carbon
  • Full cable and wire integration
  • Mounting kit required sold separately (€30)
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Canyon H31 Ergocockpit €400
  • Full Carbon
  • Full cable and wire integration
  • 6° backsweep
  • Mounting kit required sold separately (€30)
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Syncros RR1.0 Aero Bar/Stem €486
  • Full Carbon
  • Ergonomic Compact Bend, 80/130 Reach/Drop
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:!: If you know any other 1 1/4" stems that I missed, go ahead and post it here
Last edited by slake21 on Sun Apr 08, 2018 8:46 am, edited 2 times in total.

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MayhemSWE
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by MayhemSWE

I think the Specialized Comp Multi Stem is designed to fit a 1-1/4" steerer if you mount it without the shims used to set different angles (when mounted to a 1-1/8" steerer).

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