Enduro has unquestionably evolved ever closer to Downhill. The Enduro MK3 Stem from Burgtec is all you need for hitting the trails with precision accuracy. This Stem was born out of rider's demands for precision and for those moments when you have to be inch-perfect.
Taking design elements from their World Cup-winning Direct Mount MK3 Stem and splicing these with their critically-acclaimed Enduro MK2, Burgtec developed the Enduro MK3 to ride at the pro level yet be accessible to the everyday rider.
From the start of the design process, it became clear that extra rigidity was the goal. To yield this, Burgtec would need to make the Enduro MK3 using a forging process in addition to machining. The result of which allowed a more intricate shape than machining alone. It involves applying a huge amount of force to redirect the grain flow of the material. As a result, this gives superior strength, fatigue and impact resistance.
Another significant improvement was created by expanding the clamping surface area on the steerer tube, which has been vastly increased to give a stout, rock-solid feel and as close to the MK3 Direct Mount Stem as possible. Furthermore, everything is held securely by stainless steel bolts to ensure there is no rust even in the grimmest weather.
- Forged and Fully CNC machined from AL6061 – T6 Aluminum
- Stainless Steel Hardware
- Available lengths: 35mm, 42.5mm and 50mm
- Available in 35mm clamp
- Weight: 35mm 138g, 42.5mm 152g , 50mm 160g
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