FSX and rigid frame technologies

FSX AND RIGID FRAME TECHNOLOGIES

AFG - ADVANCED FRAME GEOMETRY

agang_lab_afg.jpgThe geometry of each AGang frame is carefully prepared for each model series, taking into consideration all aspects with a direct or indirect influence on the riding. All the dimensions and chosen sizes are consulted with professional riders to suit the needs of a wide range of users. The uniting idea is the choice of a top tube that is longer than the normal standard, combined with shorter stem, resulting in better bike steering and variability while improving safety and comfort.

GFT - GUSSET FREE TUBING

agang_lab_gft.jpgAGang strives to use all the available options and technological solutions to increase the quality and attractiveness of its frames. One of them is a manufacturing technology permitting shaping the important frame tubes in a way that ensures adequate toughness without using gussets. These include the joint between the head tube and the down tube, thus giving the frame unlimited compatibility with forks as well as a clean overall appearance.

DSD - DUAL SLOT DESIGN

agang_lab_dsd.jpgUser comfort is one of the parameters that we at AGang deal with in detail. The DSD technology tries to eliminate the flaws of the standard design of seat post fastening in the seat tube. Placing two opposing slots on the sides of the seat tube minimizes material strain when tightening the clamp.

CHT - CONICAL HEAD TUBE

agang_lab_cht.jpgWhen designing frames, maximizing their rigidity in all areas while keeping their weight low is an imperative. The joint between the head tube and the down tube is one of the three most important areas of frame. The conical flare at the lower end of the head tube allows making a much stronger connection in this point. Primarily, however, the element makes it possible to use a headset bottom bearing of a larger diameter, thus substantially increasing the rigidity of the transition between the frame and the fork.

SCR - SMART CABLE ROUTING

agang_lab_scr.jpgA seemingly unimportant detail like where the brake and gear shift cables run may have a negative impact on the functionality of the bike‘s primary mechanisms. Based on long-term practical testing and computer simulation, AGang has chosen the ideal cable routing for each of its frame categories with respect to its size, type and purpose.

23.05.2017 22:47:36copyright © 2009 - 2017 AGang - all rights reserved - content publication without AGang crew permit is strictly prohibited - sitemap - cookies webdesign blackpixel.cz & programming cryosoft.cz Responsive design