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What Mountain Bike Magazine award the Race Face Turbine stem their test winner

That's right. What Mountain Bike magazine have awarded the Turbine stem the top prize in their latest stem group test

The review saw the magazine put ten of the best MTB stems to the test to determine which one they see as the current market leader. Every rider knows how important a good stem is when you're heading out on the trail as it forms the link in your control between your bars and fork and a good stem can be the key in transforming a bikes handling and improving your ability to pick through tight singletrack or over rocky terrain. Tester Mike Davies instantly picked up on the stems killer looks and sleek design before going on to comment on just how light and strong the stem was out on the trail writing "The most obvious bonus of the Turbine is its low weight - just 124g it's one of the lightest stems here" he then went on to comment the stems stiffness saying "you'd expect a stem that light to be a little flexy, but not a bit of it."

What Mountain Bike Magazine - "Race Face Turbine has sleek looks, feathery weight and it ready for the trail." 4.5 stars our of 5

The Turbine Stem Features

Machined 7075 aluminium construction

Interlocking 4-bolt bar clamp distributes load

60, 70, 90, 100, 100mm lengths

31.8mm bar clamp

Weight -124g (70mm)

Rise - 0 or 6 degree

SRP - £79.95

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