Deda’s latest Superbox DCR stem has evolved into a single flexible cockpit solution that can fit and integrate more cable routing setups than pretty much anything else on the market. Deda calls it – 1 Stem 4 Ways – giving you the option for fully internal routing, a couple of in-between semi-integrated solutions, or good old traditional external routing. You pick.
And if you change your mind down the road, you won’t need to buy a new stem to reshape your routing. Deda Superbox DCR stem: internal or external routing
c. Deda Fully integrated cable routing has definitely become a huge trend in the last couple of years, but not all integrated cockpits are created equal. Especially if you prefer the fit & feel of a specific handlebar, or really just need the real angle adjustability of a classic 2-piece stem + bar system… then, the options are fairly limited… or at least locked into one solution.
Deda Elementi’s overhauled Superbox DCR stem aims to keep it simple, with classic 2-piece cockpit adjustability. It’s not an entirely new system, we’ve seen the older semi-integrated S-DCR setup on every Titici bike we’ve covered this year, and Sanne Cant’s all-new Stevens SuperPrestige cross bikes. Plus, we got a sneak peek this summer at the fully integrated DCR details.
One stem can work with:
> a fully integrated setup with cables routed completely internally, inside your bar, stem, headset & frame
a semi-integrated setup with cables outside of your bar, then cleanly entering an extra […]
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