I've been riding this year with the accuri and i was stoked as f*** Design is killer and you get a good field of view. Fit is great for the giro remedy and 661 evolution,... To cut the long story short, this is a great product and doesn't have much competition
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Added a product review for Chromag Ranger Stem 10/26/2013 11:41 AM
The Good: Lightweight, great design, canadian made ofcourse :) and stiff
The Bad: There is no 35mm option, price
It does cost alot but I've just bought the third one. I have one on my freeride bike (black 40mm) and I've had one on my fr/am hardtail (gold 50mm). I've currently sold my fr/am hardtail bike to my friend and am in process of building myself a new one, so I ordered a red 50mm chromag ranger stem. The thing is, I've been so impressed with the performance of this stem, that when I was looking at every other manufacturer's high end stem I still could not get over the fact that I wasn't buying chromag. So in the end, when nothing could even remotely compare to the ranger stem I just ordered a new one :)
You can run any width handlebar with this stem without feeling any flex despite the small screws and thin walls. Seems that the thing being cnc'd out of a solid block of high quality aluminium and by a company with that much experience in that field (north shore billet makes the stems and some other parts for chromag) the result should be nothing short of impressive. Although there is a stem from chromag for more extreme riding (chromag hifi) I never felt like the ranger wouldn't be able to withstand anything I threw at it. I would recommend that for extreme use you run the shortest version, just because of the shorter leverage resulting in less stress on the stem.
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