Win a ShockStop Suspension Stem! The ShockStop is a short-travel suspension stem that has adjustable-stiffness. It is designed for modern road, gravel, city, and e-bikes. It’s equally at home on backroad adventures, bumpy commutes, or fast group rides. The subtle pivot design isolates your upper body from the imperfections of the road, letting you ride further, faster, and more comfortably, without compromising steering responsiveness or detracting from the look of the bike. We really liked it when we reviewed it, and now you can win one of your own!

Just fill in the quick 3-question survey below to enter to WIN 1 of 3 of these awesome stems! (Click here for mobile or if you can’t see the embedded survey) Be sure to include a valid email address. Good luck!

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TIP: Scroll down inside the survey window to see all of the questions and to hit submit. Can’t see the survey? Hit the link above to open it in it’s own window.

SURVEY CONTEST RULES: By submitting your response, you agree to these rules, terms & conditions: Only one entry per person. Multiple entries from same person will disqualify that person. All participants must provide a valid email address, as that is how Redshift Sports will contact the winners. All entrants’ email addresses may be added to the email newsletter/marketing lists for Bikerumor.com and Redshift Sports. Any emails sent from either party will contain “unsubscribe” options. Contest closes at midnight (12am) PST on Saturday, March 24th, 2018. Winners will be selected at random and results are final. Winners will have one week from the date of notification of winning to respond, after which Redshift Sports and/or Bikerumor.com reserves the right to choose an alternate winner.

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Nick
Nick
4 years ago

closing date says 24th feb, assuming that is a typo

Craig
4 years ago

Contest closes at midnight (12pm) PST on Saturday, February 24, 2018 yet this was posted March 19, 2018

Jeffhenc
Jeffhenc
4 years ago

I’ve been using one of these on my winter bike (SS cross) since Christmas. Most of the time on gravel and paved roads I completely forget that it’s there. The telling bit is that, for a change, I seem to be the one complaining the least about washboard surfaces and potholes.

Me
Me
4 years ago

Didn’t they quit making these in the 90’s for a reason?

Andrew
Andrew
4 years ago
Reply to  Me

that’s what I was thinking…… I wonder how it is better than the one I used on the ’90s?

Stephen
4 years ago
Reply to  Andrew
Lanternerouge
Lanternerouge
4 years ago
Reply to  Me

I was a skeptic too but someone on Bikerumor who’d bought one promised me there was minimal brake dive (which was the knock on girvins). I got one for my commuter since I like to be able to ride over rather than around potholes etc. when traffic requires. It works great to take the edge off big hits and I haven’t noticed brake dive even going downhill, with discs, and my hands on the ends of my bullhorn bars. Great product.

Andrew
Andrew
4 years ago
Reply to  Lanternerouge

That might have been me, as a matter of fact. Glad it’s working out for you. Told you it was a brilliant product!

Seriously, I have rarely been so completely impressed with how a product fulfills its promise.

Eric Daume
4 years ago

Good to see the Girvin Flexstem making a comeback.

VeloKitty
VeloKitty
4 years ago

Internet search engines are your friend.

dt404
dt404
4 years ago

Contest did not allow for “No” in response to Question 3 – will you be participating in organized events (road, gravel, penny farthing race, etc)