Giant Bikes Connect Am Stem
Giant started in 1972 with one goal: Create a better cycling experience for people around the world. Giant has never lost sight of their goal. The founders of Giant Bicycles were craftsmen and engineers, and they loved to ride. Working to their strengths, they set out to improve cycling by following three guiding principles: craftsmanship, innovation, and inspiration. Over the past four decades, Giant has become one of the most well-known bicycle brands in the world. Giant Bicycles has won world championships as well as numerous awards online and in- print cycling magazines. Giant Bicycles makes bicycles for everyone in the family, as well as for championship road and mountain bikers, and everyone in between.
When the trail becomes erratic you need a ride that can handle the cruelty. The Connect AM Stem will enhance your ride when the ride gets rough. The extra-wide 52mm clamp makes for a stiff interface for the handlebar, improving steering response and control. The Connect AM Stem features a 5 degree rise to accommodate lengthy travel suspension without position compromise.
- Forged 6061 alloy construction
- 205 grams (70mm)
- 52mm wide clamp for added stiffness
- Smooth, knee-friendly clamp design
- 5° rise for long-travel bikes
- 1 1/8" Steerer Clamp Diameter
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