23
Sep
2010

2010 Interbike: 2011 Point One Racing Infinite DM and 90mm Split Second Stem

9/23/2010 : sicklines

Point One Racing has developed two new stems and added new finishes for 2011. They have a new infinitely adjustable direct mount stem as well as a very lightweight 90mm stem. Check inside for a video on the new products as well as photos detailed info.

Article Editor: Jason Nixon

Video:

2011 Point One Infinite Direct Mount Stem

, 2010 Interbike: 2011 Point One Racing Infinite DM and 90mm Split Second Stem

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, 2010 Interbike: 2011 Point One Racing Infinite DM and 90mm Split Second Stem

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Point’s new direct mount stem features an infinitely adjustable (between 47.5 & 57.5mm) cam clamping system. The stem’s adjustability allows the handlebars to be placed exactly where the rider wants them. The system is easy to adjust and allows riders to quickly tune for personal preference or track conditions. The clamp will accept 31.8mm bars.

, 2010 Interbike: 2011 Point One Racing Infinite DM and 90mm Split Second Stem

the rotating cam insert comes out to be slipped over the bar, notice the inner lip to keep where the cam sits to keep it properly aligned (click to enlarge)

, 2010 Interbike: 2011 Point One Racing Infinite DM and 90mm Split Second Stem

various lengths and heights installed (click to enlarge)

, 2010 Interbike: 2011 Point One Racing Infinite DM and 90mm Split Second Stem

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Adjustments:

  • Reach – 47.5mm to 57.5mm
  • Height – +2mm about the topcrown to -8mm below the topcrown

Weight:

  • 132g claimed

Colors:

  • Anodized Black
  • White Powdercoat

2011 Point One 90mm Split Second Stem

, 2010 Interbike: 2011 Point One Racing Infinite DM and 90mm Split Second Stem

prototype finish will not be available for production (click to enlarge)

Point has taken their knowledge gained from the creation of their 70mm stem and transferred it into the building of their 90mm stem. It retains all of the features of the 70mm version (integrated top cap, split clamp) and adds a bit more length with the same stiffness. The clamps have a new design however that shaves a few grams off each stem from their previous version. It makes for a lightweight stem ready for all mountain and XC.

, 2010 Interbike: 2011 Point One Racing Infinite DM and 90mm Split Second Stem

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Clamp:

  • 31.8mm

Weight:

  • 119g claimed

Colors:

  • Anodized Black
  • White Powdercoat

2011 Point One 70mm, 50mm, Direct Mount Split Second Stem

The 70mm, 50mm, and Direct Mount Split Second stems remain largely unchanged for 2011. They now feature lighter weight clamps brought over from the 90mm development saving about 4 grams per stem. They’ll now be available in Powdercoat White or Anodized Black.

, 2010 Interbike: 2011 Point One Racing Infinite DM and 90mm Split Second Stem

50mm model with cutaway (click to enlarge)

, 2010 Interbike: 2011 Point One Racing Infinite DM and 90mm Split Second Stem

70mm Split Second Stem(click to enlarge)

, 2010 Interbike: 2011 Point One Racing Infinite DM and 90mm Split Second Stem

Split Second DM (click to enlarge)

2011 Point One Podium Pedal

The Podium pedal remains largely unchanged too. For 2011 longer pins will be available for those looking for a bit more traction. They’ll also be making this pedal in a new raw finish along with Powdercoat White and Gloss Black (previous black pedals were matte finish).

, 2010 Interbike: 2011 Point One Racing Infinite DM and 90mm Split Second Stem

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, 2010 Interbike: 2011 Point One Racing Infinite DM and 90mm Split Second Stem

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, 2010 Interbike: 2011 Point One Racing Infinite DM and 90mm Split Second Stem

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, 2010 Interbike: 2011 Point One Racing Infinite DM and 90mm Split Second Stem

the black and raw pedals will have the Point One logo engraved in the pedal with no other logoing (click to enlarge)

, 2010 Interbike: 2011 Point One Racing Infinite DM and 90mm Split Second Stem

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[More 2010 Interbike Coverage] [Point One Racing Website]


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