RIZA Direct


Everything you love about the RIZA (who says you can't love a stem?) but in direct mount!

We've used our knowledge of making stems for almost 20 years to create a new, highest level bar grabber.

There's no doubt the RIZA is our finest stem to date. CNC machined from premium 6061 billet aluminum, it features our new faded edge on the clamp face to help avoid hot spots and stress risers when your bar flexes under load.

*Note: While the RIZA is compatible with all modern dual crown forks, on a Fox40 or 49 you will be limited in how much the crown can be dropped as the stanchions will contact your handlebar. Fox has more offset in the crowns than other dual crown forks creating this limitation. Please reach out for advice on your specific situation. 

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Danny F.
Strong, and solid design.

I have been running this stem for a few months now. The design is very strong, and the bolts clamp very solidly onto both the bars and the crown which is awesome. I am much less worried about my stem or bars coming loose now compared to my old stem.

Riley G.
Holds the bars on the DH rig.

This stem does an excellent job of holding my bars onto the bike. Since installing it, my handlebars have remained [perfectly in place. It also looks steezy.

Process // CNC Machined
Material // Premium 6061 Alloy
Lengths // 48mm
Clamp Size // 31.8 & 35mm
Stack From Crown // 19mm
Steerer // N/A
Origin // China
Weight // 157g

Click here to view the stem user guide.

CNC Machining is a process in which a piece of raw material or stock is cut into a final desired shape using a computer controlled machine and often several different machine tools. Depending on the operation in question different tools are called, for example ball mills, end mills, thread mills, taps and slitting saws to name a few, all have different uses and come in all manner of shapes and sizes.

Machining produces extremely accurate parts, often to within 0.001" (I know, Canada is mostly metric but the industry predominately uses imperial units), and is renowned for creating a very high-end look with 3D surfacing and clean, strong edges which forging cannot produce.

Because every aspect of the part must be "cut out" machined parts take a long time to produce. A Ranger body for example takes 20 minutes to machine (the face plate is made separately), then it still needs to be deburred, quality checked, anodised, laser etched and assembled.

Our CNC Machined parts are generally more expensive than our Forged parts.

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