2012 Devinci bikes using Dave Weagle Split Pivot suspension design
With insight and inspiration from World Cup dominator Steve Smith and the Devinci Global Racing (DGR) team, our full suspension lineup is constantly evolving, exchanging fat for prime cuts on the design chopping block. Last year, we teamed up with Dave Weagle - one of the top engineers in the mountain biking game - fully revamping our Wilson, Dixon, and Dexter bikes. And for 2012, we’ve added the industry's shortest 428mm chainstay Atlas 29er to the Split Pivot mix for all you big-wheel lovers. Weagle’s patented Split Pivot design is the central nervous system of this full suspension lineup. Split Pivot engineering equates to a transparent feel where suspension, braking, and acceleration work in harmony for more efficiency, more traction, and a faster ride. Our full suspension bikes combine a buttery smooth feel with enough explosive pedal power to conquer podiums across the globe.
The newest version of the Wilson SL with a carbon fiber seat stayThe 2012 Dixon SL now with an ISCG mountThe all new Atlas RC. Our Split Pivot 29er with a chainstay length of 428 mm.Our impressive short travel bike: the Dexter SL
|Devinci has always been a technology driven company. Their in-house testing and documentation is at a level you would expect in government R&D, not bikes. - Dave Weagle, Split Pivot designer|
For more information please visit our website at www.devinci.com
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- (US PATENT 7,717,212, WORLDWIDE PENDING)
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