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  • Mt Zoom bars, stem & post – what’s the quality like?
  • dickie
    Free Member

    I’m planning building a light weight bike for my wife (67kg) & was looking at the Mt Zoom bars, stem & seat post, all carbon.

    I’ve never seen it in the flesh before so can any users comment on quality & durability?

    Or recommend similar lightweight & cost kit.

    rOcKeTdOg
    Full Member

    I had a mt zoom quill stem on my 1990s Raleigh Peak and had no complaints

    HTH

    andrewh
    Free Member

    I’ve been using the bars for ages (and skewers, bottle cages and jockey wheels)

    Can’t fault them. Not as cheap as they used to be as I discovered when I went to get another set of bars for another bike but that didn’t put me off, they are very good.

    They seem to be the default choice in the 24hr racing fraternity, a Mt Zoom bar with an Exposure Six Pack on it is pretty much de rigour. You never see any of the seat posts though out in the wild though, I guess droppers are becoming ubiquitous nowadays.

    jwh
    Free Member

    I’ve got several stems, flat bars and a seat post and  they all work well

    The bars are OK – they are very firm. If the shape works for you – Yay.

    The stems – very light – becareful with the bolts they are made from cheese. Definatly use a torque meter.

    The seat post – which i don’t use any more as i have a droppper post worked well, but the clamp for the seat rails i found was quite wide and i managed to rub a hole in my lycra leggings somehow! Depends on the saddle / position

    I definatly buy again if i need anything

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