Club Roost Roost I-Beam Stem

Club Roost Roost I-Beam Stem 

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Club Roost I-Beam

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[Feb 02, 2013]
Danimal

Strength:

Control, Stiffness, Looks, Strength, Durability, Quality

Weakness:

weight

I had one of these for 20 years and loved it. Alas I caught the ww bug and had to drop it on Ebay for something a little lighter. The finish was like new when I got rid of it, this is one quality piece of MTB history.

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5
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5
[Feb 19, 2002]
Steve Woodward
Cross Country Rider

Strength:

Strong, looks like a steel girder, front loading (Four bolts).

Weakness:

A little heavy, for racing lightweights.

Very stiff, never come loose, looks good and was cheap.

Similar Products Used:

Control Tech, Richey, OEM, etc.

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5
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5
[Jul 18, 1999]
Nikolas Ojala
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

+ Stiff
+ Price

Weakness:

- Heavy

It looks like it was built to last.

Similar Products Used:

Ritchey

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5
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[Oct 25, 1999]
mike
Racer

Strength:

burly old school quality...from the old days of trail riding to the new days of downhilling this stem is TIMELESS!!!!!!

Weakness:

heavy>?

OLD School QUALITY!!

Similar Products Used:

RF(thumbs up!)
control tech (shitty)
Ringle (It;ll kill ya!)
Kore(bland but good)

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5
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[May 23, 1999]
Mikko Mellin
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

Really STIFF and comes with good sizes

Weakness:

Weight can not be descriped as superlight!

Way better than my previous stem Azonic O.R.C, that was really crap.This stem and Coda riser bar do make an excellent combo!Stiff,NO FLEX,good welding job and low price!What more do you need?

Similar Products Used:

Azonic ORC

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5
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