ShockStop Suspension Stem

   
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We offer two different shapes of aerobar extensions: L-Bends and S-Bends. The L-Bends (or ski-bends) tend to place your wrists in a more ergonomic, comfortable position that's great for long rides and triathlons. The S-Bends let you pull against the extensions effectively for intense time-trial efforts. Not sure which one is best for you? We generally recommend the L-Bend extensions if you're on the fence.

L-Bend Extensions

S-Bend Extensions

Currently, 

the Redshift Dual-Position Seatpost is only offered in one diameter (27.2mm). If your bike has a different seatpost diameter, check out the shim options below to find the right one for your bike.

In addition to the standard black-anodized aluminum post, we also offer an aluminum version with red-anodized linkages, as well as a carbon fiber seatpost with black-anodized aluminum linkages. The carbon fiber post is approximately 60g lighter than the aluminum version.

Different bikes sometimes have different seatpost diameters. The Redshift Dual-Position Seatpost is 27.2mm in diameter, so if your bike's seatpost is larger, you'll need a shim to adapt our seatpost to your bike's frame.  Don't worry though, the shims are super-lightweight and essentially invisible once installed.

Not sure what size seatpost you have currently?  There are a couple different ways to find out.

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  1. Most seatposts have the diameter printed somewhere near the bottom of the post.  You'll need to remove the seatpost from the bike frame (mark your existing seatpost height with a bit of tape before you remove it so you can replace it easily), and look for a number like 27.2, 30.9, or 31.6 (etc.).  That is the diameter of the post.
  2. If you know the make, model, and year of your bike, you may be able to look up the seatpost diameter online.  Feel free to shoot us an email at info@redshiftsports.com - we'll see if we can help out!
  3. Ask your local bike shop - they'll be able to accurately measure your bike's seatpost.

Non-compatible posts:  Unfortunately, if your bike's seatpost is smaller than 27.2mm (for example, the 25.4mm posts found on some recent model Cannondale Synapses) our seatpost is currently not compatible with your bike.  Likewise, if you have a bike with an aero/oval/non-round seatpost, or if your bike has an integrated seat mast, the seatpost is also not compatible.

The computer mount for the Quick-Release Aerobars lets you position your bike computer conveniently ahead of your bike's stem.  The computer mount attaches to the underside of the handlebar clamp and remains in place regardless of whether the aerobars are attached or removed.

The Redshift between-the-arms (BTA) water bottle mount lets you carry your hydration comfortably and aerodynamically. Keeping the bottle within easy reach encourages you to drink more frequently, helping you stay hydrated during a race. Multiple different studies have shown that between your arms is the most aerodynamic position to store a water bottle.

Stem Angle

The ShockStop is available in two different angle options: +/-6 degrees and +30 degrees.

In general, you'll find the +30 deg stem provides a more upright, comfort-oriented fit, whereas the +/-6 deg stem puts you in a more performance-oriented riding position (standard for a typical road bike).

The +/-6 deg ShockStop can be flipped so that it's angled slightly upward (+6 deg) or slightly downward (-6 deg). The +30 deg ShockStop should only be installed in the angled upward position.

Stem Length

If you chose the +30 deg ShockStop, then you're all set: its length is 100 mm.

If you chose the +/-6 deg ShockStop, then you will need to choose one of 4 different length options:

- 90 mm = 3.5 inches
- 100 mm = 3.9 inches
- 110 mm = 4.3 inches
- 120 mm = 4.7 inches

Here's some guidance on the length selection:

1) If you are replacing an existing stem and want to match it, then start by seeing if the length is printed on the stem. Choose the length of ShockStop that most closely matches your existing stem's length. If the length is not printed on the stem then go to #2.

2) You can measure the length of your existing stem as shown in the following picture. The length is measured from the center of the handlebar to the center of the steerer tube.

3) Once you determine the length of your existing stem round to the nearest 10 mm and choose the closest match.

4) If you are unable to measure the length of your existing stem then choose 100 mm. This is one of the most common lengths and tends to be a good fit for most people.

There are two different optional mounts available: the Computer Mount, and the Utility Mount:

The Computer Mount is an integrated mount that is compatible with your Garmin, Powertap/CycleOps Joule, CatEye, Mio, or Magellan bicycle computer.

The Utility Mount puts a small section of tube in front of the stem that provides a location to mount anything you would normally put on your handlebar (bike computer, phone, light, etc.).

The ShockStop handlebar clamp is 31.8 mm which is compatible with many modern bikes, without the need for shims. However, some bicycles have different size handlebars which may require the use of shims to fit properly into the ShockStop handlebar clamp. We have shims available for 26.0 mm and 25.4 mm handlebar sizes.

- 25.4 mm is common on bikes with flat handlebars.

- 26.0 mm is common on older road bikes with drop handlebars.

- There are other less common sizes that we do not provide shims for. However, other handlebar shim sizes may be available at your local bike shop.

The easiest way to determine your handlebar size is to see if it's printed on the handlebar. This will require removing your current stem faceplate.

If you can't find the printed size, there are a couple ways you can measure your handlebar:

Best method: Use a pair of calipers to directly measure the diameter or take your bike to the local bike shop and they will be able to measure it for you.

Alternate method: Use a fabric or paper measuring tape (or print one at https://printable-ruler.net/ ) and measure the circumference of the handlebar right next to your existing stem.

- A 31.8 mm handlebar will be 99.9 mm in circumference at the center.

- A 26.0 mm handlebar will be 81.7 mm in circumference at the center.

- A 25.4 mm handlebar will be 79.8 mm in circumference at the center.

Keep in mind that 25.4 and 26.0 mm are very close in size.

If you are not able to measure your handlebar, and you know the make, model, and year of your bike, you may be able to find the handlebar size online at your frame manufacturer's website.

The Computer Mount is an integrated mount that is compatible with your Garmin, Powertap/CycleOps Joule, CatEye, Mio, or Magellan bicycle computer.

The Computer Mount is compatible with the Garmin Edge 1000 in portrait orientation only when mounted in the upper mounting position on the stem faceplate. In the lower mounting position, it is compatible with the Edge 1000 in landscape orientation, but may not be able to be quick-released using the standard quarter-turn.

The ShockStop handlebar clamp is 31.8 mm which is compatible with many modern bikes, without the need for shims. However, some bicycles have different size handlebars which may require the use of shims to fit properly into the ShockStop handlebar clamp. We have shims available for 26.0 mm and 25.4 mm handlebar sizes.

- 25.4 mm is common on bikes with flat handlebars.

- 26.0 mm is common on older road bikes with drop handlebars.

- There are other less common sizes that we do not provide shims for. However, other handlebar shim sizes may be available at your local bike shop.

The easiest way to determine your handlebar size is to see if it's printed on the handlebar. This will require removing your current stem faceplate.

If you can't find the printed size, there are a couple ways you can measure your handlebar:

Best method: Use a pair of calipers to directly measure the diameter or take your bike to the local bike shop and they will be able to measure it for you.

Alternate method: Use a fabric or paper measuring tape (or print one at https://printable-ruler.net/ ) and measure the circumference of the handlebar right next to your existing stem.

- A 31.8 mm handlebar will be 99.9 mm in circumference at the center.

- A 26.0 mm handlebar will be 81.7 mm in circumference at the center.

- A 25.4 mm handlebar will be 79.8 mm in circumference at the center.

Keep in mind that 25.4 and 26.0 mm are very close in size.

If you are not able to measure your handlebar, and you know the make, model, and year of your bike, you may be able to find the handlebar size online at your frame manufacturer's website.

  • Description
  • Technical Specs
  • Reviews
  • FAQ
  • Instructions
  • Testimonials
  • The patent-pending ShockStop Suspension Stem smooths out road imperfections, reducing fatigue and strain. Whether you're on a local group ride, or exploring gravel back roads, the ShockStop will make your ride smoother, faster, and more comfortable. The minimal, subtle design blends seamlessly with the aesthetic of modern road bikes.

    • Available in +/-6 degree or +30 degree high-rise versions
    • +/-6 degree available in 90, 100, 110, and 120mm lengths.
    • +30 degree available in 100mm length.
    • Includes 5 swappable elastomers (2 pre-installed, 3 additional) to customize the ride feel for your bike, weight, and riding style.
    • Effective suspension travel - Up to 20mm (drop bar road bike), up to 10mm (flat bar road bike).
    • Minimal design blends with modern road bikes.
    • Fits standard 1-1/8 inch steerer tubes
    • Fits 31.8mm handlebars (25.4mm and 26.0mm shims available)

    The ShockStop Stem package contains the following:

    • 1 x ShockStop Stem
    • 5 x swappable elastomers (2 pre-installed, 3 additional in box)
    • All required hardware
  • ShockStop Suspension Stem

    Weight264 g  +/-6 deg, 90mm
    274 g  +/-6 deg, 100mm
    286 g  +/-6 deg, 110mm
    298 g  +/-6 deg, 120mm
    274 g  +30 deg, 100mm
    Steerer Clamp Diameter (A)
    1-1/8 inch (28.6 mm)
    Handlebar Clamp Diameter (B)
    31.8 mm
    Effective TravelUp to 20mm on drop-bar road bike.
    Up to 10mm on flat-bar road bike.
    Material6061 T6 aluminum
    Rider Weight Limit135 kg (300 lb)
    Steerer Tube Clamp Stack Height40mm
  • Reviews in the Press


    Bike Rumor

    "I’m kicking myself for not installing this sooner."
    "My first ride on the ShockStop was an eye opener. Benefits were immediately apparent; it took the edge off direct root impacts, even with the already forgiving ... gravel tires taking the brunt of it. Dropping off curbs and nailing potholes yielded equally pleasing results ... I have no plans to take it off."




    road.cc

    "ShockStop works... really well. Like, ‘game changer’ well.
    "A great option for transforming a harsh ride into a smooth, fatigue-reduced cruise, while looking discreet"


    Peloton Magazine

    "...we are believers."
    "Not only does the ShockStop work, it works as well or better than any current road or gravel suspension setup - and for a fraction of the cost without cluttering up the bike’s lines. It's also compatible with any bike that uses a standard stem, making it one of the simplest and cheapest ways to add suspension to an existing platform"


    Cyclocross Magazine

    "[it] offers noticeable shock absorption in the rough stuff, and yet doesn’t produce any annoying bounce during sprinting or climbing."

    "It does not twist or have overt movement when riding straight or cornering. The damping quality for small vibrations is subtle, but with harder hits, roots and rocks and drops, the stem goes to work taking the edge off the bumps ... and it does not incur much of a weight penalty."


    Riding Gravel - Guitar Ted

    "This is a game changer..."
    "The Redshift Sports ShockStop stem is nothing like these components I have seen, handled, and ridden in the past. It is one of the rare stems that has a shock absorbing quality that actually seems to work and is a pleasure to ride."


    Bike Radar

    "The ShockStop stem uses a combination of adjustable elastomers to offer a bit of flex that will take the edge off rough roads. The amount of 'travel' is dependent on the length, as well as the durometer of the elastomers."



    Red Kite Prayer

    "I’ve just finished a weekend of racing cyclocross - three races in three days, and I rode the bike with this stem all three days. My upper body is reasonably sore, but what I’m not experiencing is the nerve pain I’d expect from all the shock I delivered my neck from the great many bumps I hit. Call me a believer."




    TitaniumGeek

    "Honestly, flat out 5/5, I think this is a GREAT bit of kit. Commuter, Sportives, Weekend Road Warrior everyone will likely benefit."
    "Basically if you’ve ever thought that you had a little too much road buzz on your bike, or wanted a more comfortable ride, the RedShift ShockStop is for you. I don't think I’ve ever been quite so confident in giving out a TG 5-Star score before!"



    New Atlas

    Review: ShockStop Stem Smooths Rough Rides

    "It certainly smoothed out the chatter that comes with using hard skinny tires on rough, damaged asphalt. On a long road ride or commute, that could go quite a ways towards reducing or even eliminating hand numbness."

     


    BikeRumor (www.bikerumor.com)

    Suspension Stems are Back with the Redshift Shockstop for Gravel and Road Rides

    "The crew at Redshift put some thought and consideration into this project with a focus on keeping it simple, effective, and make it look like a normal stem. Unlike even the most shock absorbing carbon forks available, the Shockstop can deliver a full 1 to 2 centimeters of travel, (around 6°), which is enough to provide cushioning against most road impacts, without affecting the geometry or handling of your bike. Consider this in the now ever popular “Gravel” category and how much fatigue could be reduced over a 2 to 4 hour time period."

     

    ROAD.cc (www.road.cc)

    Suspension stems are back pt2!

    "That the ShockStop is proving popular is hardly surprising. Comfort has been a big driver of development on road bikes in recent years, with bikes like the Specialized Roubaix intended to provide a smooth and more comfortable ride than a regular race bike. The interest in wider tyres has been motivated by a quest for more ride comfort, especially given the poor state of our roads."

     

    BikeRadar (www.bikeradar.com)

    Redshift Shock Absorbing Stem

    "The Redshift ShockStop shock absorbing stem takes the old suspension stem idea to a simpler, modern design."


     

    Mountain Bike Rider (www.mbr.co.uk)

    The Flexsstem is back (kind of)

    "It’s light. It’s simple. It fits on any bike pretty much. It’s easy to remove for rides where it’ll be superfluous. It doesn’t interfere with luggage carrying. The Flexstem may have been a bit of a dubious idea for mountain biking, but the ShockStop could be just the ticket for some cyclists out there."

     

    DC Rainmaker (www.dcrainmaker.com)

    Crowd Funded Projects of Note

    "This is from the folks behind the Redshift aero system that I’ve previously reviewed (and liked).  Another interesting product."

  • ShockStop Suspension Stem FAQ

    How do I choose the right length and angle for my bike?

    We put together a set of instructions that can help you determine the length and angle of your existing stem and provide guidance on what to chose based on riding style - check it out here.



    Is ShockStop compatible with the Redshift Quick-Release Aerobars?

    Yes. The ShockStop is compatible with our Quick-Release Aerobars and with aerobars in general. It provides great shock absorption and vibration damping when riding in aero.



    How is the ShockStop different from other suspension stems?

    There are lots of ways that ShockStop is different - so many in fact, we wrote a whole blog post about it.



    Will the ShockStop fit my bike?

    Yes. The ShockStop will fit virtually all road, hybrid, and triathlon bikes. ShockStop will fit bikes with 31.8mm diameter handlebars and with shims will also fit 25.4mm and 26.0mm diameter handlebars (which covers pretty much all road, hybrid, and commuter bikes). ShockStop will fit bikes with standard 1 1/8" diameter steerer tubes but extra steerer tube spacers may be required if your current stem is taller than 40mm. If your bike has a quill stem then you will need to buy an adapter ($10 - 15).



    Will the ShockStop fit my 25.4, 26.0, or 31.8mm handlebar?

    Yes. The ShockStop fits 31.8mm diameter handlebars without the need for any additional parts. It will also fit 25.4mm and 26.0mm diameter handlebars but you will need to add shims to your order. If you are unsure if you need shims take a look at this guide we put together.



    Will the stem bounce or flex when I am climbing out of the saddle or sprinting?

    With the ShockStop there is no need to change your approach to riding. The suspension is “pre-loaded”, meaning that it will not start to move until a certain amount of weight has been applied, so there isn’t a “squishy” feel as you start to apply weight to the stem. Because of this and the inherent torsional rigidity of the pivot design, the feel when climbing or sprinting is going to be nearly the same as with a rigid stem.



    What kind of bikes is ShockStop designed for?

    The ShockStop is a road-focused suspension stem which means it is compatible with many types of bikes, including: road, gravel, CX, commuter, hybrid, and even non-suspension moutain and fat bikes used for road/trail riding.



    Is the ShockStop available in lengths shorter than 90mm?

    No. Unfortunately, 90mm is the shortest length that we can make right now due to the internal mechanism.



    Do you guys have plans to produce a carbon ShockStop?

    Yes. A carbon version of the ShockStop is in development but we do not currently have a time line for production. Please sign up for our newsletter to receive all the latest updates on Redshift.



    How do I choose the right elastomers for my bike and riding style?

    The ShockStop comes with 5 different elastomers to choose from so everyone can dial in the perfect feel. We provide lots of great guidance on elastomer selection in the instructions and installation video which can be found in the "Instructions" tab on this page.



    How do I change the elastomers?

    Changing the elastomers is easy, all you need to do is remove the faceplate and handlebar, unscrew the pre-load wedge, replace the elastomers, and screw back in the wedge. We provide detailed guidance on how to do this in the instructions and the installation video which can both be found in the "instructions" tab on this page.



    What kind of testing do you do to qualify ShockStop?

    All Redshift Sports components are tested to the latest ISO 4210 standard for Racing Bicycles. These standards typically specify "Static Strength" tests (i.e. one-time application of force) as well as "Fatigue" tests (i.e. repeated application of force) for different bicycle components. We also run our own independent tests to better understand lifespan which typically involve cycling well beyond the specifications in the ISO 4210 standard.



    Is there a rider weight limit for the ShockStop Suspension Stem?

    Yes. The weight limit for the ShockStop stem is 300 lbs (136 kg). Riders over these weight limits should not use these products. Riders close to these limits should perform more frequent inspections.



    How long will the ShockStop last?

    Even though all Redshift products pass the ISO 4210 tests with margin, all aluminum components are subject to fatigue failure over a sufficiently long period of use. Hours ridden, riding conditions, and rider weight are all significant factors that make it impossible to declare an exact lifespan for any given product. You can learn more about our comprehensive warranty here.

    Redshift recommends periodic inspection of aluminum components for hairline cracks or other signs of damage. Any indication of part degradation is grounds for stopping use of the product immediately. This includes visible cracks, creaks or other sounds while riding, or a change in the amount of movement during use.



    How does it handle trails, gravel, and cobblestones - I want to use it on a gravel/CX/adventure bike?

    With its adjustable-stiffness suspension, the ShockStop can be tuned to match your style of bike and the terrain you ride on. We’ve put the prototypes through some pretty tough terrain, including gravel trails, cobblestone, and torn-up asphalt. In each case, you can feel that the ShockStop is muting the effects of the surface imperfections. The combination of short-travel, torsional rigidity and adjustable stiffness makes the ShockStop a great upgrade for a cross/adventure bike.



    Will the ShockStop pivots develop play over time?

    No. We spent a significant amount of time on the pivot design focused on torsional stiffness and durability. The pivot is constructed using very high tolerance full compliment ball bearings (like the ones used in mountain bike rear suspension pivots) and a high tolerance custom pivot bolt. And we are not just clamping at the pivot we are also press fitting everything together to eliminate the possibility for wear. Without wear the pivot will stay stiff and will not develop play over time. 



    Will cold temperatures affect the stiffness of the elastomers in the stem?

    Typically, temperature does affect elastomer stiffness (as temperature drops stiffness increases). In ShockStop, we use a special material for our elastomers such that slight stiffening would only begin to occur well below freezing and the material remains flexible well past -40 deg F. So, while you would see some stiffening at very cold temperatures we expect it to be minor and only slightly reduce the magnitude of shock absorption. In general, we would not recommend riding when the temperature is below -40 deg F.



    Can I put the ShockStop on my mountain bike?

    Yes and No. The suspension travel on the ShockStop (1-2cm) is optimized for the types of bumps you typically encounter on roads and light trails. So, the ShockStop is not going to provide the same suspension feel as a typical mountain bike front fork suspension, which will have closer to 10-15cm of travel. However, if you use your bike primarily on the lighter trails (i.e. not aggressive downhill) and you’re looking to take the edge off of an otherwise stiff frame (e.g. a bike with a rigid front fork), then the ShockStop could be exactly what you’re looking for. ShockStop is not designed to be used on a mountain bike riding on technical downhill singletrack and if used in these conditions could become damaged and lead to serious injury.



    How long will the elastomers in the ShockStop last?

    The elastomer life depends on a number of factors including rider weight, riding conditions, and how much you ride. In general we expect the elastomers to last more than 3-5 years under "normal" recreational riding conditions. The material that we use for our elastomers enables them to holds up really well in harsh environments (moisture, oils, temperature change, compression cycling, etc.). We see very little degradation and no discernible change in how much they compress under different loads after a very large amount of test cycles where they are compressed and released which gives us confidence that they will stand up to years of use.

    If premature elastomer wear occurs we will happily provide replacements free of charge. In addition, we sell replacement elastomer kits.



    Will the ShockStop work with a quill stem?

    Yes, but you will also need to get a separate quill stem adapter (commonly available for $10-$15 USD).

  • Download Instructions (PDF)

    Instructions - ShockStop Suspension Stem


    Installing ShockStop


    Elastomer Selection Chart

    See instructions and video for elastomer installation details


    The above chart provides a good starting point when first setting up the stem. The chart below shows the full list of elastomer combinations, in order of increasing stiffness:

  • Customer Testimonials

    "2500 mile update: Cannot imagine riding without it any more. Had to adjust the pre-installed elastomers once but thanks to the detailed video instruction that was simple even for a klutz like me. No more elbow issues at all and I had to ice my elbows for hours after 3-4 hour rides. Thank you Redshift Sports team."
    - Werner, Austria

    "I love the product! As an additional note this product has allowed me to stretch the cycling distances out even farther. In fact, we've purchased an electric assist bike for my wife so that she can catch up! Ha! You guys are the best."
    - Matt S., USA

    "I am coming up on a thousand miles. This stem is awesome. It does extremely well on the washboards and takes the sting out of bumps and embedded rocks. Great job."
    - Craig, USA

    "[ShockStop] is simply amazing. Today, I did a 30 mile trip on my usual roads and came home with NO PAIN for the first time in years. NO PAIN, you cannot believe the difference this has made to me. Best thing I have bought in years. Beautifully made and worth every cent."
    - Brian C., Scotland

    "I honestly love the stem"
    - Michael S., USA

    "Great work, guys! It worked very well and absorbed the bumps in places that would usually be rough and uncomfortable. After the Redshift stem the downhills feel very similar to how they do on my hardtail MTB."
    - Kevin C., USA

    "It's a game changer in my mind. I have just installed the two I bought - one on a flat bar electric bike and the other on my BMC Gran Fondo. I have to say the effect of the stem is amazing - so plush. I also think that the performance of the bike is enhanced because the energy of bumps is so effectively absorbed rather than clattering through the bike and your shoulders."
    - Simon D., UK

    "First impression: It’s fantastic. Like riding a new bike and a far better bike ;-). I drove a route with lots of roots and branches and the stem really killed the punches. :-) Compliment also to the design. As a designer, I love the clean cubic design and the simplicity. It looks great on the bike. I can not remember when I bought such a great part for my bike in the last few years. Well done! Also with 269 g it came in a little heavier then expected, but the weight penalty is fully compensated by its function."
    - Gorden K., Germany

    "[ShockStop] is] a superb product!! Would I recommend it? – Hell yes!! [It has] fundimentally changed my ride for the better. [The ShockStop] stem has to be the best improvement in road cycling since sliced bread. What a huge difference it has made to the comfort level of a ride (not overstated in your advertising). For a number of reason, NZ roads are not particularly smooth. It’s not uncommon to return home after 40+ Kms with sore wrists and forearms. So you can’t believe my delight on my very first outing of being immediately aware of the heavily suppressed jaring in the front end. I returned from that ride feeling that the advertised claims on the stem are fully justified and independantly confirmed."
    - Noel M., New Zealand

    "Bought two and love them. Just a FYI The stem works really well on a fat bike. I used the minimum bushing and it really counteracts the un dampened bouncy front tire when riding."
    Gerard F., USA

    "The ShockStop Works! I don't hate my road anymore (asphalt without a cap seal, so very gravelly). I purposely hit some bumps that bounced me out of my seat, but I didn't feel it in my hands! Arthritis in my wrists was really getting to be a problem, but this is really going to help. And the installation was simple."
    - Bob F., USA

    "After reading reviews I decided to order one of the stems. Realizing I didn't order the right length, I shot em an email and they corrected the order. Received in mail 3 days later. Had the land run 100 on Saturday and thought "trial by fire"...not a better place to give it it's maiden run, than there. Thoughts....heck yeah. Gonna buy one for road bike. Took the edge off all the vibrations that you feel thru the bars, and once you get the feel of how the bar moves, it's awesome."
    - Danny B., USA

    "Bottom line: Feels like you let 20 pounds of air out of your tires....but rolls like you didn't! Handling/steering: tight, no slop. Ride: Road buzz and bumps muted but of course still there."
    - Edward N., USA

    "I'm very pleased with it! It really smooths out the bumps...think of a very mild MTB suspension fork, and that's what it feels like. Would be very good on an hybrid bike, in fact, I think I'll look into purchasing another!!!"
    - William M., USA

    "Amazing product, works as claimed or even better!!! And installing the RedShift, easy peasy."
    - Hector C.G., Spain

    "Just finished an ultraman triathlon - the bike-leg [was] 11hrs [and] 285 km mostly in an aero position on generally poor roads with usually lots of road-buzz, but your stem kept me sane and totally relaxed throughout! and the stem-bracket held my front light as [I] was finishing after dark"

    - Mordechai P., Israel

    "[I] have to say that I am very impressed with the ride. It did everything I had hoped for by taking the edge off of big hits and smoothing out ripples and washboards. It sure appears the stem should be a hit with gravel riders."
    Lindsey C., USA

    "The first miles reveal a great job, exactly what I was expecting, and finally after many years waiting for a solution, so happy to get this one fulfilling all my attempts"
    - Jean B., France