Measure it. It's not uncommon for different sized bikes to be outfitted with different length stems, so it's doubtful that anyone here can say for certain what size stem you have on your bike.dimm0k said:I'd like to go about upgrading the stem of my '09 Specialized Rockhopper and was wondering what I'd have to be weary of when getting a new one. Does anyone happen to know offhand what the stem length is on this particular bike?
What is the reason for changing the stem...? i don't see the point unless it is solving something... but then maybe i am missing something. If you just like the look a a newer stem then i guess that's a reason...Not much to be gained by changing a stem unless you need something from the change, i.e. a different length or different rise. As long as the stem is currently doing it's job (does it grip the steerer and bar well?) and you like the way it fits, why change it?