Brisbane based component company Huck To Flat have launched another new component to the mountain bike market and this one is something to get a little excited about. It’s the first adjustable stem for gravity applications and it looks like a great bit of kit. We have one of their new Chimera adjustable stems on test and here’s our first look at HTF bike’s new product….
By Mike Branch
- Lightest in the world – 110g at 35mm Length
- World first length adjustable stem (35mm, 40mm, 45mm) (Patent Pending)
- 0⁰ rise
- 35mm clamp diameter
- 40mm stack height
- Suits 1 ⅛” steerer
- CNC Machined from Billet 7075-T6 with GR5 Titanium Bolts
- Lifetime Warranty
The Huck To Flat Chimera adjustable stem is the only one of it’s kind in the World, fair to say that’s a pretty big thing when it comes to a small Aussie Grown outfit like HTF. It’s a premium product with obvious attention to the finer details and it’s easy to see that some tim has been spent on testing and design with this product. You can set it up in 30mm, 40mm and 45mm stem lengths using the spacers supplied and the oil slick bolts add to the bling.
Overall it looks like a great bit of kit and we’ll be testing it over the next few months before we come back to you with our full review. You can rest assured that it’s gonna get a work out on a multitude of trails and in every setup possible. Stay tuned for our Full review in the coming months – until then, keep the brakes wide open…