Straitline 8.2

Specs

Specs
FramesizesS/M/L
Colourmatt grey-yellow
Frame26" MTB, Alloy 6061 Ultra Strong Tubing, Coax Pivot, Travel: 215mm
ForkRockShox Boxxer RC, 200mm, Motion Control IS, External low speed compression, Rebound
DamperRockShox Kage RC, length x stroke: 240x76mm, Hardware: 22x8mm, External rebound, Compression
Rear DerailleurSram X7-9, medium Cage
Front DerailleurE13 LS1+ Chain Guide
ShifterSram X7 Trigger
FreewheelSram PG-950, 11-28t
ChainShimano CN-HG73
CranksetTruvativ Hussefelt 1.0, 38t, length: 170mm for S-L
Bottom BracketTruvativ Howitzer XR
Gear Ratiofront: 38t, rear: 11-28t
BrakeAvid Elixir 3, Rotor: 200mm
BrakeleversAvid Elixir 3
RimsAlex FR 32, 36H, eyelets
Front HubBGM Race Pro FR, Maxle Lite FR 20mm
Rear HubBGM Race Pro FR, Rear Maxle 157 x 12mm
SpokesCN double butted, 1,8/2,0/1,8
TiresMaxxis Minion DH, 26x2,5
HeadsetFSA Orbit Extrem Pro
HandlebarSyncros FR20, Riserbar, width: 740mm, rise: 20mm
StemBGM Direct Mount, length: 50mm for S-L
GripsBGM Race clamp, MTB, Double Density
SaddleSDG Bel Air SL
SeatpostSDG I-Beam, 30.9x300mm
PedalsNone
Weight18,7kg (L)
MSRP2.299,00 EUR

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Technologies

Coax Pivot System
Coax Pivot System

The positioning of the rear link bracket around the rear axle provides maximum decoupling of the suspension and brakes.

X-Link System
X-Link System

An X-shaped and 3D forged pivot arm supports and guides the frames rear triangle. Thus strengthening the frame, making it more rigid and decreasing the load on both the bearings and the shock.

3D Forging
3D Forging

In contrast to milling each part individually, the advantage of forging is a faster production of complex components on the one hand and a higher structural strength on the other, this enables safer and lightweight designs. 

Low Center of Gravity
Low Center of Gravity

Stands for the dedication of Bergamont designers in their efforts to achieve the lowest possible center of gravity.

Hydro Fluid Forming Technology
Hydro Fluid Forming Technology

In several steps and ever more precise molds a tube is given its final form. The clou, however, is that this is not done mechanically by pressing or stamping, but is done by injecting a water-oil emulsion under extremely high pressure into the raw tubes.