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Racing bike handlebar stems

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Racing bike handlebar stems

Racing bike handlebar stems are extremely important components to optimise performance and ensure cyclists can adopt the best riding position.

They connect the handlebar to the bike frame, through the fork. Racing bike handlebar stems allow you to adjust the height of the handlebar and the distance from the athlete's body. 

Today, more modern, threadless models are generally preferred. 
Racing bike handlebar stems range in length from 7 to 13 cm on average.

How to choose racing bike handlebar stems

When buying a new handlebar stem for your racing bike, consider certain biometric parameters, such as your height and flexibility: it is indispensable to choose the right accessory to maintain the best riding position.

A very important factor is the angle of the handlebar stem: the greater the inclination, the more vertical your position. Conversely, a lower inclination means you will have to lean forward more, adopting a more aerodynamic position.

Ursus offers two types of race bike carbon handlebar stems: Magnus s700 and Magnus s300. Both are carbon accessories with a state-of-the-art design, designed and manufactured to minimise weight.

Handlebar stems made by Ursus

Magnus s700 is a racing bike carbon handlebar stem with an adjustable alpha-angle to tailor your bike position to the maximum, balancing performance and well-being. Position not only affects the rider’s aerodynamics during racing, but also helps to prevent injury and microtraumas.

Like every Ursus product, our handlebar stems for racing bikes start from a design by the company’s engineering team. An initial prototype is built, then refined and tested by professional and amateur riders. Our engineers use their feedback to come up with ideas to further improve the handlebar stem.

Manufacturing is done in Veneto, Northern Italy, at an industrial hub that uses green energy and a short supply chain for raw materials.

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