Cross Core + RedShift Stem

todbar

New Member
Kinekt also have their suspension stem. I have heard very things about them. Worth trying!

You put a suspension seatpost and stem on a bike like Civante, it would make riding 10x more fun.
I think I need to stop reading postings on this forum or I'll go broke... 200+ miles on a new Civante, just ordered the Redstem post and stem after seeing the good reviews here and look forward to putting them on.Ten times the fun would mean I'll never want to get off the bike!
 

Jetsfan901

Member
I think I need to stop reading postings on this forum or I'll go broke... 200+ miles on a new Civante, just ordered the Redstem post and stem after seeing the good reviews here and look forward to putting them on.Ten times the fun would mean I'll never want to get off the bike!
I added the Kinext seat post and Redshift ShockStop to my Cross Core and definitely made a difference.
And you are right, reading these forums can get very expensive, too many good ideas on here to make out ebikes even better...
Last night I added the Velo grips to my bike..
 

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todbar

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I added the Kinext seat post and Redshift ShockStop to my Cross Core and definitely made a difference.
And you are right, reading these forums can get very expensive, too many good ideas on here to make out ebikes even better...
Last night I added the Velo grips to my bike..
Got about 50 miles now with the Redshift stem (30°/100mm) and seatpost units on the Civante... what a difference, I'm sold... didn't expect this much smoothing, but never had a bike with any shock systems at all before, just standard road bikes, and felt the bumps as normal. But now with an Ebike and shock reduction this is like riding in a dream, really enjoyable and find myself riding lots further. You might notice in the pic I also put a stem extender on to raise the bar even higher, and a phone holder - handlebar's really full! Lucky to have this fun, safe way to get out and explore outdoors.
 

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FlatSix911

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You have a lot going on the bars... how did you relocate/attach the power level buttons below?

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Jetsfan901

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Didn't relocate position of the power button control... came that way on the Civante, I only tilted the whole assembly a bit
That does seem pretty low to be able to reach. And on the Yamaha bike, the handlebars are quite busy . Have a Quad Lock on order using the black Friday sale for my phone...
 

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