I am curious what degree stem people have on their cx bike compared to your mountain and/or road bike and if you have any spacers under it.
I was running a Salsa 0 degree stem with no spacers but just found a sweet scandium Salsa stem that is 80/100. Seems like 80 might be a little low so might put a few spacers under it. Heard in cross it is good to have your stem up a little higher to put your weight on the rear of your bike. This would probably help especially when climbing on my single speed. I am running a 86/94 on my road bike. Thoughts?
2013 Kona Jake, 2008 Kona Major Jake, 2013 Kona Jake the Snake, 1999 Kona Muni Mula, 2012 Ridley Excalibur, 2008 Surly Long Haul Trucker
My stem is ridiculous. I think it's 45 degrees:
This is what comes of going into the LBS for a fitting! It is comfortable though. I didn't race it before the fit, so I can't say how the higher stem compares for race handling except that it worked for me.