General Cycling Discussion - Aesthetics: Stem with Large Rise (~40 degrees)
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09-26-11, 01:42 PM
Can I see photos of your stem with a large rise?
My Surly Cross Check commuter and grocery getter has a very short headtube. To minimize this, I'd like to get a shiny stem with a large rise. I want to see how this looks before purchasing.
Can I see photos of yours?
09-26-11, 01:57 PM
This is my wife's bike, and it works great. Fits her perfectly, the arrangement works fine, and she loves it.
09-26-11, 02:01 PM
That doesn't seem to bad at all. Does anyone else have some photos to add?
09-26-11, 02:10 PM
I took the short steerer thing one step further , acquired a particular stem riser, [BBB BHP21]
to bring the stem up to about where it would have been if the fork was left un cut.
But, You can do that the easy way , order another Cross Check Fork. leave it long,
and add the spacers you need to bring it up high enough ,
Velo Orange is into shiny polished aluminum , they have very nice looking stems.
like this one ..
09-26-11, 02:23 PM
I actually have plenty of steerer. I left it as much of it on as purpose, but I'm trying to nail down a good height soon.
Also, I think all that steerer looks kind of funny with such a short head tube.
09-26-11, 02:49 PM
I really like the look of that stem, Fietsbob.
Any idea how I go about picking stem length?
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