Race Face Atlas 35 Direct Mount Stem

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Getting your DH cockpit fully dialled starts with your direct mount stem. The Atlas 35 direct mount is a two-piece stem designed to get down – extra stiff, extra light, and easily fine-tuned to fit you.

Always Bet On Aluminium

Machined from the wonder material that is 2014 Aluminium for ultimate in stiffness and minimal weight.

On Lock Down

The Atlas 35 Direct Mount uses only one badass faceplate bolt to secure the stem and uses the standard direct mount bolt pattern.

Note: The images show the top fork crown for display purposes only. This is a direct mount stem that consists of two parts and DOES NOT include the upper fork crown. This comes with your fork :)

Specs:

  • Clamp Diameter: 35mm
  • Steerer Tube Diameter: 1-1/8"
  • Direct Mount Compatibility: Fox 40, Rockshox Boxxer
  • Material: 2014 Aluminium
  • Weight: 120g
  • Length: 50mm
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