New products from Syncros for 2010

Stems, wheels, posts and pedals

Mountain bike component stalwarts Syncros are set to launch a host of new products at this autumn's Eurobike cycle show, including stems, seatposts, pedals and a carbon wheelset. Prices and full details have yet to be confirmed, but here's a sneak peak...

Stems

The new FR (main picture) and Lo Ball stems were designed in co-operation with riders from Vancouver's North Shore. The Lo Ball is a direct-mount unit compatible with Fox 40 and RockShox Boxxer downhill forks.

There are also new lighter AM (all-mountain) and FL (freeride light/cross-country) stems with a high-polish black finish. Most of the stems are available with Syncros's new 'grunge' graphics, if that's your bag.

Syncos lo ball direct-mount stem for fox 40 and rockshox boxxer forks: syncos lo ball direct-mount stem for fox 40 and rockshox boxxer forks
Syncos lo ball direct-mount stem for fox 40 and rockshox boxxer forks: syncos lo ball direct-mount stem for fox 40 and rockshox boxxer forks

Syncros's new Lo Ball is a direct-mount stem compatible with Fox 40 and RockShox Boxxer downhill forks

Syncros am stem:
Syncros am stem:

The Syncros AM all-mountain stem is now available in a high-polish black finish with 'grunge' graphics

Wheels

Syncros's new carbon wheelset is aimed at marathon and cross-country racers. Strong, wide 25mm monocoque rims are laced to Syncros 28-hole hubs with industrial bearings.

Syncros carbon wheelset:
Syncros carbon wheelset:

Syncros's 28-spoke carbon wheels are aimed at marathon and cross-country racers

Seatposts

Syncros are bringing out two new seatposts for freeride and cross-country riders, again with a new high-polish black finish.

Pedals

Two new flat pedals are being introduced for 2010: the lightweight Crux (black or white) and the Meat Hook (anodised red, blue and grey with grunge logos).

Syncros meat hook pedals:
Syncros meat hook pedals:

The Meat Hook flat pedal will be available in anodised red, blue or grey

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