The all-new Sigma XF and Sigma N35
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Aug 27, 2014  hits 34,327

Introducing the all-new Sigma XF and Sigma N35, both machined from solid blocks of aircraft-grade T6-7075 aluminum.
Introducing the all-new Sigma XF and Sigma N35, both machined from solid blocks of aircraft-grade T6-7075 aluminum.

Sigma is here! Get yours in the TriRig Store!

TriRig is proud to introduce the redesigned Sigma line, including the Sigma XF (which replaces the Sigma Flat) and the Sigma N35 (which replaces the Sigma +35mm). The new stems are individually machined out of solid blocks of aircraft-grade T6-7075 aluminum, one of the stiffest and most durable aluminum alloys in existence. Both stems retain the exact same geometry as their predecessors, as well as the same clamping zone height, and can be installed with the same installation instructions apply.

The Sigma XF also has a couple new features: it was designed to maintain a sleek aero profile even with the cable cover removed, and for that reason it can also be flipped to provide additional rise. The integrated cable stop works in either the standard or flipped position. The XF's cable cover now affixes with two bolts, allowing it to remain in place when installing or removing the optional BTA mount of the original. And finally, the XF has a wider overall profile and bolt stance, providing additional grip on the handlebar at lower torque, and further improving durability and fatigue life.

Both stems are available RIGHT NOW in the TriRig Store!



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  • Introducing the all-new Sigma XF and Sigma N35, both machined from solid blocks of aircraft-grade T6-7075 aluminum.
  • Introducing the all-new Sigma XF and Sigma N35, both machined from solid blocks of aircraft-grade T6-7075 aluminum.
  • The Sigma XF is an entirely new design, using a wider bolt stance, a two-bolt cable cover, and can be flipped to provide additional rise.
  • The Sigma XF is an entirely new design, using a wider bolt stance, a two-bolt cable cover, and can be flipped to provide additional rise.
  • The Sigma XF and Sigma N35 retain the sleek aerodynamic profile and integrated cable stops as their predecessors.
  • The Sigma XF features a flippable design, and the cable stop can be used in either the standard or flipped position.
  • The Sigma N35 retains the design and geometry of the now-discontinued Sigma +35mm, and gains the benefit of the solid T6-7075 construction.
  • The Sigma N35 retains the design and geometry of the now-discontinued Sigma +35mm, and gains the benefit of the solid T6-7075 construction.
  • The Sigma N35 retains the design and geometry of the now-discontinued Sigma +35mm, and gains the benefit of the solid T6-7075 construction.

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