Here’s a sneak peek look at Season Bikes new Nebula stem that they are working on. The stem is made from fully CNC machined 7075 alloy and features a 51mm reach, chamferred edges and a laser etched logo. The stem weighs in at 9.7 oz. (275 grams. No word on release date, but it shouldn’t be too long.
Here’s a look at Stereo‘s new CC topload stem. The stem is made from CNC machined 6061-T6 and features hollow bolts and a laser hexagon logo. Real simple and clean. The CC stem will be available in a few weeks in black and chrome where Stereo is available.
Animal dropped some more detailed photos of their new MR front and topload stem for you to take a peek at. Both look sooo clean.
Mutant Bikes dropped a sneak peek of their new topload stem that they have in the works. The details are very limited, but they are saying it’s designed towards street riders and will be made from AL7075-T6. Expect more information in the future!
Flash back a few years and my eyes laid on the Terrible One Cyclops stem. Something about the design left me just drooling. I waited and waited and… well, I heard it’s almost ready now. However, about 9 months back, I caught my first look at Chase Hawk’s signature Odyssey Tomahawk stem. It had a similar look to the Cyclops and offered up some unique features that were similar to the Elementry stem that I was always pretty fond of. I figured it was definitely something I’d like to give a go. So, I ordered one up when it was released and have been giving it a go for about two months now. Let’s take a closer look and find out what I thought.