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Copperhead 35mm Stem
Charge down root-latticed treelines with total control on your side, thanks to some help from Deity Components' Copperhead 35mm Stem. This sleek stem is CNC machined with precision in mind out of a burly solid block of 6061 T6 aluminum, offering exceptional strength, with minimal weight. Now with a 35mm bore, the Copperhead offers an even better strength to weight ratio than before, designed for trail, all-mountain, and enduro shredding, but with enough strength for those slopestyle days when you want to toss your steed around at the bike park.
- A stiff 35mm stem for bike parks to trail riding
- 6061 T6 Aluminum offers exceptional strength-to-weight ratio
- Precision machined with CNC machining to shed excess weight
- Detailed channels and edges shed weight and boos strength
- Super low 33mm stack height keeps weight over the front
- Item #DTC000Y
- 6061 T6 aluminum
- 35mm, 50mm
- Clamp Diameter
- Steer Tube Diameter
- 1 1/8in
- Claimed Weight
- [35mm] 135g, [50mm] 161g
- Recommended Use
- downhill, enduro, trail
- Manufacturer Warranty
What do you think about this product?
June 28, 2020
- I've used it several times
- True to size
Very easy to install - only issue I had was it was like a millimeter shorter than my old stem - had to add a 2 mm spacer - very light
May 27, 2020
Ridiculously Light - Awesome color
This masterpiece stem is exactly what I was hoping to get. The color is identical to the one shown here and the weight is exceptionally light.
September 16, 2019
Thing of Beauty
- I've put it through the wringer
The Deity Copperhead stems are fantastic, the anodization and the milling are top-notch, they are available in the most common sizes and they add a bit of flair to any bike they are installed on. The super-short stack height keeps everything nice and low, but also offers a rider the opportunity to run this stem a little higher on the steerer tube than other stems. I run a K-Edge Garmin mount on top of my Copperhead stem, and in order for the mount to clear the stem, you need about 15mm of spacers. Not a big deal, just something to note since the bar clamp area is a little taller than the steerer clamping area. These stems are plenty stiff too, especially in the 35mm clamp. I love Deity components, I love the story behind the company and the overall philosophy, so yeah, I am a bit of a fanboy, but they do it well and they do it right. You cannot go wrong and would never be let down by the Copperhead stem.
April 25, 2020
what fender are you running here?
April 25, 2020
What mm stem is recommended for a hard tail for trail riding? Is the industry nine 30mm too short? Still a beginner, any info would be awesome, thanks!