Colnago Nemesis Stems

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MSRP : $126.49

Product Description

Colnago Alloy Nemesis Stem 3D forged 7075 aluminium alloy stem for low weight and excellent torsional stiffness. Getting a stem of the right angle on your back can be the difference between being in the perfect position, or being uncomfortable. With so many stems available in so many different versions we have taken a different approach to find the solution easily and simply. Our dual-mode stem features an offset-bored spacer between the steerer tube of the fork and the clamp of the stem. By rotating or flipping this spacer the stem angle can be changed quickly and easily between 7 176;, 0 176;, 4 176;, -4 176; to ensure you can precisely tune you position to perfection. Nemesis Stem Features: 3D forged 7075 aluminium Angle: 7 176; 0 176;/4 176;/-4 176; Clamp: 31.8mm oversize bars Weight: 181g Buy Colnago Stems From Chain Reaction Cycles, The Worlds Largest Online Bike Retail Store

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Tires for Ambrosio Nemesis

I have some coming. No experience with them other than they have been on my list for some time. What tires. Price no object. Mostly chip blacktop roads, some concrete....not a racing wheel set, just club rides and tinkering around.... I have a small stack of gatorskin sprinters that I picked u ... Read More »

Has anyone done a direct comparison between Hed C2 clincher and Nemesis tubulars?

I have a pair of Hed C2 wheels with 23mm Conti tires. I'm contemplating looking around for a set of Ambrosio Nemesis tubular wheels (32 spokes F/R) and Record 10 spd hubs. Since both can use the same brakes (unlike carbon wheels) I should be able to easily swap either wheelset anytime so I can a ... Read More »

My Dogma's "Nemesis"

For those who love old box shaped tubular rims... Ambrosio Nemesis to the rescue. These bring out the best in any bike. Enjoy.Read More »

Cycling Nemesis

Does anyone else have one? He's a dude around town that I've done group rides with, see every so often and he's always just a complete sonofa*****. I can't tell if he hates to talk, thinks he's too good to talk to others, or what. I could tell from the first time I met him that he was just a pric ... Read More »

New Moto Nemesis Team At Kona

[IMG][/IMG] we were real happy with how this bike performed; and with how the rider did alsoRead More »

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