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Bolt up the Sunline V1 All-Mountain Stem, and shred the trails with rowdy style. Sunline made this stem carbon-bar friendly by smoothing the edges to reduce any stress risers. CNC’d for strength and weight reduction, the V1 puts your steering inputs directly to your fork so you can concentrate on sticking gnar landings and pinpointing loose switchbacks with forest-creature-pleasing ease.

Tech Specs

Bar Diameter:
31.8 mm
Steer Tube Diameter:
1.125 in
50 65, 80 mm
0 deg
Bar Attachment:
Claimed Weight:
114 g
Recommended Use:
big-travel bikes

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    Good sturdy stem that hooked up well and looks great. I bought the red version along with the red handlebar. I haven't had any issues with the bolts but I did use a torque wrench to install.


      Got my first of two of these stems from Chainlove and the only regret I have is that I didn't pick up two at the time. The one from Chainlove was 50mm and I had to settle for a 65mm from Hucknroll. Still completely satisfied with both stems and they're well worth the money. So far strong, precise, and trouble free.

      I've heard that people have had trouble with the bolts slipping, but I used a torque wrench to make sure the values were correct and have yet to have a problem.

      Bottom line: Awesome stem for an awesome price. Grab one while you can!

      Perfect Stem for my Nomad

        I was looking for a stem that gave me some additional stability and stiffness. I also wanted something shorter than what I had one my bike originally. This stem is a perfect compliment to my bike. It looks sick also!


          Went from a 70mm Thomson MTN Elite stem....pretty much best thing on the market to this 50mm just to make the little bike feel more like the DH rig. Totally did the trick. Actual stem weight with greased face-plate bolts is 147grams...totally comparable to any high-end AM/Trail stem including a 50mm Thomson. THe 50mm definitely looks better than the 65mm, and I don't think I'll ever ride anything longer than a 60mm ever again. At Chainlove $26 price you CAN NOT go wrong. This is an $80 stem and is timeless. Also, perfectly matches my Sunline V1 OS 745mm bars. Perfect width for trail bikes...anything narrower and you're probably slower than me.


            you can tell right out of the box that this thing was made with precision and quality. the details are just beautiful. light and compact, even sleeker looking than my thomson x4 50mm, although i don't know about the durability as of yet.

            great stem

              not much to say, lightweight, feels very sturdy, looks bling, and ships fast at the right price from h&r. great purchase! i have 3 now one for each bike they are so good

              Great AM and XC stem!

                I set this up for my single speed rigid and it is super tough (3+ years now) and nice looking. Don't be discouraged about the price, it is incredibly strong. I got the 80mm no rise and paired it with a V1 handlebar wooo maybe overkill for XC but I do on occasion go crazy on AM stuff. Trust me this product is the best for the value. Reliable as Thomson but much cheaper if you can find it on sale. I just wish they more colors like black.

                IMO, beats Straitline SSC

                  I picked the 50mm stem to put on my street bike. The machining is great, it's super light, and I couldn't be more pleased. I have a 50mm Straitline SSC on another bike, and while it's great for bling factor, it's a bit bulkier and slightly heavier. Not to mention that I paid close to $100 for the thing. Considering I grabbed this Sunline V1 off of Chainlove for $35 (I've seen them as low as $25 recently), it's one deal you can't beat. Grab one if you see it pop up again. Even if you don't think you need one now, throw it in the parts closet, because for $25 bucks, you're not going to find anything better out there.

                  good when greased

                    very nice, tough, utilitarian looking stem.

                    there have been a number of reviews with bolt issues, or the bar not on tight enough (mtbr). it is true that the bolts are small, at least relative to the bolts on my easton havoc stem.

                    to resolve the bolt issue put some (teflon) grease on bolt threads to prevent binding. it's easy enough to then tighten sufficiently.

                    it's a very good stem- light and strong. bomb-proof thus far.

                    although i've not had any issues with this stem, minus 1 star for those who've had bolts break or afraid to tighten sufficiently and had their bars move.

                    looks very cool too.

                    Hey, ahh, shouldn't the bar length and...

                    Hey, ahh, shouldn't the bar length and diameter be in different units? Millimeters perhaps?

                    Good Question, but no. When I buy a headset they always measure it in inches; for example, I have a tapered steer tube that is 1 1/8" down to 1 1/2". I could also write that 1.125" down to 1.5" inches. Huck 'n Roll/Chainlove could have written it the first way I did and that would have removed any confusion. -Steve

                    Seems bomb-proof

                      I wanted to get a shorter stem for my Salsa 26" FS, as my riding was getting a little more extreme on the rocks here in Arizona, and I found this one here for a great price. It looks good, does its' job, and I cannot fault it. Great buy!


                        I love this stem. I was looking at getting the Thomson Stem becuase I've been happy with their products, but I thought I'd give Sunline a try. Glad I did. Super light, but burly. I bought the 65mm in Grey and it looks tight on my SX.

                        I love this stem, too!

                        Make sure you use a torque wrench; otherwise, you may strip the bolt. That is what I did, but I was able to get the bolt out. Sunline sent me some new bolts free of charge. Great CS!