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Indiferent de alegerea dvs. pe teren montan, tehnologia Maestro Suspension vă extinde capacitățile bicicletei și vă îmbunătățește performanța. De la biciclete de traseu rapide la mașini de coborâre, este o platformă de suspensie spate adaptabilă care vă oferă mai mult control, tracțiune, confort și viteză.


Maestro utilizes four strategically positioned pivot points and two linkages that all work to create a single floating pivot point. This single floating pivot point improves pedaling efficiency by counteracting pedaling forces that would otherwise create suspension compression (squatting) or pedal kickback (bobbing).

Beneficii Cheie

Traseul aproape vertical al roții Maestro și curba liniară a arcului permit suspensiei din spate să rămână sensibilă atât la impacturile mici, cât și la cele mari, fără a se „împacheta” sub lovituri rapide, succesive sau coborând din lovituri mari. Acest lucru are ca rezultat un contact mai bun între anvelopele dvs. și traseu - îmbunătățind tracțiunea, accelerația, virarea și frânarea.

Fully Active Suspension
From high-frequency trail vibrations to big-hit compressions, Maestro soaks up the full spectrum of trail impacts to give you a smoother ride over all types of terrain.
pedaling efficiency
Whether you’re sprinting up a climb or hammering through a rock garden, Maestro performs consistently under pedaling power and doesn’t compromise efficiency.
brake independence
Even under full braking force, Maestro Suspension stays active, keeping your tires in contact with the trail and giving you better traction at all times.


Take a journey deep inside the kinematics (suspension analysis) of Maestro Suspension Technology. You’ll learn about its unique wheel path, linear leverage ratio, anti-rise characteristics and anti-squat performance—each specifically engineered to bring out the very best from your mountain bike experience.

Wheel Path / Leverage Ratio

When compressing from an impact, the trajectory of the swingarm and the direction of the rear wheel dictate how a suspension system performs. Maestro’s nearly vertical, steep-arcing wheel path is the key to its activity, efficiency and independence. A linear shock ratio helps keep suspension travel smooth at its initial stroke and progressive towards the end of its stroke thanks to the nature of air compression.

The result is one of the secrets of Maestro’s “bottomless” suspension feel over the full spectrum of trail impacts.


Many suspension designs suffer poor performance under rear brake activation. When applied, the rear disc brake can sometimes either “drive” or “lift” a suspension swingarm to extension or compression—both undesirable traits when riding through tricky terrain. Because of Maestro’s calculated neutral floating pivot point, the system remains neutral to brake input—creating outstanding suspension performance. The result is perfectly balanced suspension on the roughest descents.


Anti-squat refers to suspension performance under pedaling force. Most suspension designs add a certain amount of anti-squat to stabilize suspension movement while pedaling. Too much anti-squat, and suspension completely locks out under pedaling. Not enough, and suspension will wastefully bounce up and down under acceleration. Getting the balance right is critical, so Maestro suspension utilizes a higher level of anti-squat through the initial 50% of travel—then regresses to less anti-squat through the second-half it its travel. This results in an efficient pedaling platform when riding smooth terrain, but allows for uninhibited suspension travel on larger hits.