Easton Finds the Limit with New 32mm Long Haven 35 Stem

Easton Haven 32mm stem  (2)

If you were wondering just how short enduro stems could get, you’re looking at it. At 32mm long, the new Easton Haven 35 stem places the handlebar just 0.5mm away from the steerer. Any shorter and you would have to make the stem vertical, or run it backwards for a negative length. Built to accomdate Easton Haven and other 35mm handlebars, the CNC machined aluminum handlebar joins the rest of the Haven 35 stem line for options from 32-90mm long.

Easton Haven 32mm stem  (1)

Easton Haven 32mm stem  (5) Easton Haven 32mm stem  (3)

Easton Haven 32mm stem  (4)

Available late Spring, the 32mm stem will retail for $99.99 along with the 40, 50, 70, and 90mm Haven 35 stems. All Haven stems use a 0º rise and fit 1 1/8″ steerers with the namesake 35mm handlebars.

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Aristotle
Aristotle
7 years ago

The new Answer AME stem comes in a length of 31mm. I guess thats a 1mm advantage about staying with 31.8mm handlebars.

WannaBeSTi
WannaBeSTi
7 years ago

I know of a company working on a shorter stem. Can’t say who it is, but he talked to us about last summer…

jebop
jebop
7 years ago

Mondraker (via OnOff) was the first company to offer very short stems from 30mm (actually 33mm) to 20 and 10mm, but these 2 last ones are vertical.

jebop
jebop
7 years ago

@WannaBeSTi maybe Mondraker? It was the first company (via onoff) to offer very short stems: 30mm (actually 33), 20 and 10mm but the 2 last ones are verticals and need steerer to be adjusted.

T-Rex
T-Rex
7 years ago

Just make a vertical stem.

Jim Mac
Jim Mac
7 years ago
nsp234
nsp234
7 years ago

Ha! You need to run a standard 31.8 bar, that will give you several millimetres of advance over that fancy oversized 35mm enduro stuff! (mind you, it’s the handlebar’s center that actually counts)

DanO
DanO
7 years ago

@nsp234 not “several millimeters” but rather 1.6mm.

Ilikeicedtea
Ilikeicedtea
7 years ago

We should quibble over imperceptibly low digit millimeters. It’ll be a fun ol’ time : /

TN
TN
7 years ago

@DanO is actually 2.4 mm. 1.6mm from what you figured out, plus 0.8 mm because the center of the bar is closer to the steerer on a slimmer bar.

Seraph
Seraph
7 years ago

The first 0mm stem was the Azonic O stem. But it was vertical so it technically altered your ride height.

erinsikink
erinsikink
7 years ago

I heard Softride is introducing a 31mm stem with 4″ of travel

SlimJIm
SlimJIm
7 years ago

Syntace make a 30mm 31.8 stem.

http://www.syntace.com/index.cfm?pid=3&pk=2050

god
god
7 years ago

0.5mm ???????
so if your stem is 32mm measured centre to centre and there is 0.5mm between the bar and steerer.

bar 35mm steerer 28.6mm total 63.6
63.6 / 2 = 31.8 – 0.5 = means your stem should be 31.3mm not 32

so is this a 32mm stem or 31.3mm stem

Spooney
Spooney
5 years ago

Sorry but your maths is wrong you need to add the 0.5mm not remove it giving 32.3mm.