Race Face Atlas AM MTB Oversize Stem
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Race Face Atlas AM MTB Oversize Stem
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Top Features of the Race Face Atlas AM MTB Oversize Stem
The Atlas stem is designed specifically for the all mountain rider.
- Machined in our British Columbia, Canada manufacturing plant from 6061-T6 aluminum
- Four bolt bar clamp holds bar securely in position
- Interlocking U-Shaped Handlebar Clamp Geometry
- Faceplate eliminates “stress risers” which cause your bar to bend or break
- Opposing bolts on steer tube clamp provides extreme clamping power while reducing stress on the steer tube
- Available in 1 1/8" with a 31.8mm bar clamp only
- Laser etched logos
- Built for: AM
- Size: 50, 70mm
- Rise: 8°
- Bar Dia.: 31.8mm
- Colour: Bad Ass Black
- Stack height: 41mm
- Weight: 170g (70mm)
- Weight (g): 170
Machined in our British Columbia, Canada manufacturing facility, the Atlas stem is light enough for cross-country but designed for light free riding, providing the ultimate in versatility.
About the Race Face brand
In almost 15 years of doing business, Race Face has become a global leader in the design, manufacturing, marketing and distribution of high performance cycling components and apparel. A short drive from the famous North Shore mountains, Race Face designs and tests its line of high performance products to excel in the world’s most abusive riding environments. Race Face sponsors a team of internationally recognized athletes and is the creator and driving force behind the Ultimate Freeride Challenge. Race Face sponsors various mountain bike films and events such as the New World Disorder series of Freeride films and the Bike Magazine Monster Park Slopestyle Invitational. From their design engineers to the folks boxing product, Race Face employees share the same passion for cycling as you. They think it shows in the quality of their products.
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Magazine reviews for Race Face Atlas AM MTB Oversize Stem
Review from What MTB
Silverfish rushed us the first sample of this new Race Face stem, and we can see why. The chunky octagonal body is relatively thinwalled while the big square head is formed from an almost flat front plate interlocking into the deep cupped body. The faceplate is scooped top and bottom with small thin wings spreading stress across the bar, while the rear clamp is thickwalled with twin same-side bolts. The result is a seriously stiff and direct stem with an ultra-secure bar fit but a very competitive weight and price with comparable top-end gear.
Tough, stiff and totally locked down. A top new all-rounder.
Review from MBR
The Atlas is actually made from 6061-T6 series aluminium and gets a shot-peened finish, which pre-stresses the material, improving the fatigue life. It also has the familiar interlocking faceplate that combines a continuous clamping zone around the handlebar, reducing compression loading. If you do over-torque the bolts, there's also a bottom-out function built in.
On the scales the Atlas is a good weight; it's also reasonably stiff and well priced. We also like the shape, especially in the shorter lengths, but we'd like to see a better finish, like Race Face's old Deus XC stem. A couple of in-between shorter lengths wouldn't go amiss either.
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