DLP - drive link pivot

DLP - DRIVE LINK PIVOT

FULLSUSPENSION / FSX FRAMES

agang_lab_dlp.jpgThis is a system based on the four-pivot mechanism principle. It is characterised by placing a pivot (L) between the rear wheel swinging triangle main pivot (P) and the rear wheel axle (D). The main difference in the DLP® is the placement of the pivot (L) above the rear wheel axle. This design makes it possible to shift the main pivot (the one next to the bottom bracket) between the large and middle chainring. The result is an optimized position of the "virtual pivot", which influences the performance of the entire four-pivot mechanism. A DLP® with the optimum position and shape of the top linkage contributes to the overall springing characteristics depending on the purpose of each model series (so-called leverage ratio/rear wheel suspension characteristics).

 

PATRIOT - suspension system of frame platform

The PATRIOT model series ideally reflect the latest requirements of the modern trail and enduro riding style. Its platform is a frame (for 27.5" wheels only), using the AGang proprietary four-pivot technology, the DLP® (Drive Link Pivot®), with original frame geometry developed for trail and enduro style of riding. The linkage and pivot positions shift the "virtual pivot" of the suspension high above the pedal centre, thus reducing the rear triangle swaying when pedaling. This results in an optimum ratio between sensitivity to bumps and adequate elimination of the impact of pedaling on the rear triangle swaying. Besides being sensitive even while braking, the DLP® suspension of the rear triangle is characterised by minimal pedal kickback (when the cranks kick back during the shock absorber compression) and chain length extension or reduction. Another advantage of DLP® is a set up of shock absorber with much lower air pressure or the use of softer springs. However, it almost eliminated the use of external functions of shock absorber to increase their own compression as Propedal and others like it - especially true when pedaling seated.

PATRIOT

  • Drive Link Pivot® (four-pivot mechanism)
  • Wheel diameter 27.5"
  • Rear wheel travel 140 mm
  • Shock absorber length 200 mm / travel 57 mm
  • Shock absorber spacers 22,2 / 22,2 mm
  • Alloy hard anodized hardware

 

NINJA DH and NINJA FR – suspension system of frame platform

The NINJA DH and NINJA FR represents the model series designed for downhill, freeride and bikepark riding. The foundation is a very low = playful frame with original geometry developed for extreme riding. The rear wheel suspension uses AGang proprietary four-pivot technology, the DLP® (Drive Link Pivot®). Both model series uses a top linkage with forward travel and an almost horizontal shock absorber position. This design achieves high shock absorbing performance even for minor vibrations as well as progressive hardening of the shock absorber towards the end (the last 20%) of the rear wheel travel.Besides being sensitive even while braking, the DLP® suspension of the rear triangle is characterised by minimal pedal kickback (when the cranks kick back during the shock absorber compression) and chain length extension or reduction. Another advantage of DLP® is a set up of shock absorber with much lower air pressure or the use of softer springs. However, it almost eliminated the use of external functions of shock absorber to increase their own compression as Propedal and others like it - especially true when pedaling seated.

NINJA DH

  • Drive Link Pivot® (four-pivot mechanism)
  • Wheel diameter 26"
  • Rear wheel travel 200 mm
  • Shock absorber length 240 mm / travel 76 mm
  • Shock absorber spacers 22,2 / 22,2 mm
  • Stainless steel hardware

NINJA FR

  • Drive Link Pivot® (four-pivot mechanism)
  • Wheel diameter 26"
  • Rear wheel travel 180 mm
  • Shock absorber length 222 mm / travel 70 mm
  • Shock absorber spacers 22,2 / 22,2 mm
  • Stainless steel hardware

 

CULT and TRINITY – suspension system of frame platform

The CULT and TRINITY model series was first generation of frames designed for modern trail and enduro riding style. Its platform is a frame (for 26" wheels only), using the AGang proprietary four-pivot technology, the DLP® (Drive Link Pivot®), with original frame geometry developed for trail and enduro style of riding. The linkage and pivot positions shift the "virtual pivot" of the suspension high above the pedal centre, thus reducing the rear triangle swaying when pedaling. This results in an optimum ratio between sensitivity to bumps and adequate elimination of the impact of pedaling on the rear triangle swaying. Besides being sensitive even while braking, the DLP® suspension of the rear triangle is characterised by minimal pedal kickback (when the cranks kick back during the shock absorber compression) and chain length extension or reduction. Another advantage of DLP® is a set up of shock absorber with much lower air pressure or the use of softer springs. However, it almost eliminated the use of external functions of shock absorber to increase their own compression as Propedal and others like it - especially true when pedaling seated.

CULT

  • Drive Link Pivot® (four-pivot mechanism)
  • Wheel diameter 26"
  • Rear wheel travel 150 mm
  • Shock absorber length 200 mm / travel 57 mm
  • Shock absorber spacers 22,2 / 22,2 mm
  • Stainless steel hardware

TRINITY

  • Drive Link Pivot® (four-pivot mechanism)
  • Wheel diameter 26"
  • Rear wheel travel 140 mm
  • Shock absorber length 200 mm / travel 50 mm
  • Shock absorber spacers 22,2 / 22,2 mm
  • Stainless steel hardware

 

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NINJA DH, NINJA FRCULT, TRINITY
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