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2017 Blatte - 60mm - 6/84Deg
2017 Blatte - 60mm - 6/84Deg
Ritchey WCS C220 Road Stem
Blatte - 70mm - 6/84 Degree

Ritchey
WCS C220 Road Stem

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Embrace your bars.

The Ritchey WCS C220 Road Stem wraps 220° to more evenly spread clamp forces around the handlebar while still allowing easy installation and removal. This design also allows for a lighter weight faceplate, with a 110 mm length coming in at a claimed 121 g. Construction is from 3D forged 2014 aluminum with CrMo bolts. 84/6 degree rise. Fits 31.8 mm bars and 1 1/8" steerers.

 

Weight: 2 grams

 

Stem Clamp Diameter: 31.8 mm

Blatte - 60mm - 6/84Deg

Stem Angle: 6 degree

Stem Length: 60 mm

Blatte - 70mm - 6/84Deg

Stem Angle: 6 degree

Stem Length: 70 mm

Blatte - 80mm - 6/84Deg

Stem Angle: 6 degree

Stem Length: 80 mm

Blatte - 90mm - 6/84Deg

Stem Angle: 6 degree

Stem Length: 90 mm

Blatte - 100mm - 6/84Deg

Stem Angle: 6 degree

Stem Length: 100 mm

Blatte - 110mm - 6/84Deg

Stem Angle: 6 degree

Stem Length: 110 mm

Blatte - 120mm - 6/84Deg

Stem Angle: 6 degree

Stem Length: 120 mm

Blatte - 90mm - 17/73 Degree

Stem Angle: 17 degree

Stem Length: 90 mm

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nice stem
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by jimsunn
Ontario, Canada
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

Quality, 'wet black' option looks slick

Reviewed 6/8/2017
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