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Ritchey
WCS Toyon Stem

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review
$79.96 - $99.95
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Why We Like The WCS Toyon Stem

Ritchey's WCS Toyon Stem gives a nod to the brand's award-winning C220 stem, but with a more modern shape and increased stiffness. We're seeing improved handling and responsiveness, and we like the fresh aesthetic served with its innovative features.


Details

  • Ritchey's WCS Toyon Stem with increased stiffness and handling
  • 6-degrees of positive or negative rise, a 1 - 1/8-inch steerer diameter
  • Stem body wraps 220-degrees around bar clamping area
  • A modern shape and responsiveness improves our ride
  • The durable design stands up to wear
  • Item #RITA0AR
Material
2014 alloy
Length
60 - 120mm
Rise
Clamp Diameter
31.8mm
Steer Tube Diameter
1 - 1/8in
Claimed Weight
4.9oz (139g)
Includes
1 top cap, 1 top cap bolt
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Overall Rating

5 based on 1 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

December 3, 2023

Stiff, Understated Design, High Quality

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

The Ritchey Toyon replaced a Ritchey WCS 4-Axis stem. That stem was very light at 120g in a 120mm length, but it had a lot of flex, which can be an issue for longer road stems. The new Toyon is noticeably stiffer in the 120mm length, it has a squared-off body which adds to the stiffness, as does the 220-degree bar clamp design, with wide-set faceplate bolts. The Toyon makes a big difference on the road, the front end feeling is now much improved. The new design is also very modern and understated, matte black with only a small gloss strip on top with the WCS logo, and a flush top cap with a rubber cover. Very sleek. The Toyon is heavier at 145 grams, but that’s still reasonable for a longer stem, and I’ll trade a few grams for better on the road performance. Unlike the higher-end Ritchey C260, mounting bars on the Toyon is quick and easy, and it uses traditional M5 stainless bolts, not the thinner M4 Torx bolts found on the C260. Overall, a great upgrade, and it won’t break the bank.

Tim-CC T
Competitivecyclist.com

Originally reviewed on Competitivecyclist.com