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Ritchey WCS C-260 Stem
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Ritchey WCS C-260 Stem

$91.00 - $130.00

Ritchey WCS C-260 Stem - Alloy cockpits are preferred by many riders in the pro peloton because they inspire greater confidence in the event of a crash or impact, despite the slight weight penalties typically associated with alloy. Stiffness and vibration dampening are usually alloy's greatest nemeses, but with its WCS C-260 Stem, Ritchey has created a more compelling case for alloy. The WCS C-260 is a stem that is not only a full twenty or thirty grams lighter than the lightest alloy stems -- as well as many carbon fiber stems offered by most competitors -- it's also significantly stiffer as well.

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Ritchey WCS Trail Stem
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Ritchey WCS Trail Stem

$85.00 - $99.95

Ritchey WCS Trail Stem - We can't think of a person whose influence on mountain biking has been further reaching than that of Tom Ritchey. Undeniably, though, mountain bike technology has come a long way since Tom built the first production mountain bikes. However, this isn't to say that Ritchey hasn't played an integral role in this advancement. Case in point is the Ritchey WCS Trail Stem. In the past five years, handlebar width has grown dramatically.

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Ritchey Superlogic Carbon C260
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Ritchey Superlogic Carbon C260

$299.95

Ritchey Superlogic Carbon C260 - Single bolts were replaced by two, and then those two moved to the four that brought us up to speed in the world of cycling stems. Well, these clamping interfaces between handlebar and stem have once again been revised, with Ritchey leading the way with its patented new Superlogic Carbon C260 stem. Ritchey took a hard look at the way faceplates traditionally mate with their corresponding stems, and they built a more efficient stem-to-bar interface.