Specialized Comp Multi Stem

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Clamp Diameter
31.8mm
Color
Black
Steerer Diameter
1-1/8-inch
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Description

Thanks to an ingenious system of shims you slip over your fork, Specialized's Comp Multi Stem is adjustable in 2-degree increments for a perfect fit on your road or mountain bike and optimum ergonomics. Forged and CNC'd from 6061 aluminum for excellent lightness and strength, the Comp Multi Stem also boasts a 4-bolt clamp that's compatible with carbon and aluminum handlebars.

- 3D-forged and CNC-machined, 6061 aluminum, road/MTB-compatible stem
- 4-bolt oversized 31.8mm handlebar interface with relieved faceplate
- Equipped with top cap and 4-degree, 2-degree, and 0-degree shims
- Available in 12-degree, 17-degree, and 24-degree angles
12-degree: 10 position angle range: +/- 8-degree to 16-degree, in 2-degree increments
- 17-degree: 10 position angle range, +/- 13-degree to 21-degree, in 2-degree increments
- 24-degree: 10 position angle range: +/- 20-degree to 28-degree, in 2-degree increments
- Compatible with composite handlebars
- Approx. weight: 188g (110mm)

Features & Info

Stem angle and length measurements


Stem angle is one of the factors that determines handlebar height. A listed angle of 0 degrees actually provides a rise of 16-20 degrees, depending on the bike's head-tube angle. Flexible, athletic riders prefer lower-rise stems, while recreational riders usually favor higher-rise stems.

Stem length is measured along the side of the stem from the center of the steerer to the center of the handlebar clamp (see diagram). Keep in mind that as a stem provides more rise, its effective length decreases. In the example above, if the +17-degree stem measures 135 mm, it actually extends 108 mm parallel to the ground.