RIGID FRAME TECHNOLOGIES
ECS - ECCENTRIC CHAIN STAY
The eccentric design of the rear triangle, using an atypical dropout on the chain side, thus shifting the chain stay higher up, has several positive effects. One of them is the provision of adequate space for attaching the gear shifting cable, which does not bend sharply towards the rear derailleur as a result. At the same time, this structural element increases room for the rear derailleur travel and reduces possible impacts on the chain stay.
ESS - EXTENDED SEAT STAY
The extended seat stay structural element makes it possible to increase the rigidity of one of the most strained points of the frame. This simple solution increases the area of contact between the top and seat tubes and the seat stays. Their solid interconnection produces a structural node that is resistant to forces generated when riding.
IDD - INSIDE DISCMOUNT DESIGN
The presence of the disc mount inside the rear triangle brings design and structural purity in using disc brake systems. This design permits better protection of the brake body and brake cable from damage and ensures perfect visual connection of the components with the frame.