With Cura 4 we set a very ambitious goal for ourselves, we tried to go beyond even our own expectations. Our direction was clear from the beginning, create a brake that had no equal in terms of power and performance, one that was made of the highest quality materials and was accessible to a vast number of riders.
The four 18mm diameter pistons of the Cura 4 provide the rider with, up until now, unimaginable power. The expanded friction surface of the pads and the increased thickness guarantee perfect modulation. With Cura 4 you will be able to have maximum control over braking power. The optimized roll-back allows for reaching that exceptional lever feeling that has already made the Cura famous.
The Cura 4 inherits its quality of materials from its smaller brother, Cura. In fact, it is a fully forged and anodized brake, a production process that guarantees structural quality, reliability over time and low weight.
Type – Axial – Forged aluminum
Body Finish – Glossy Black / Polished / Gold
Clamp Color – Matte Black / Glossy Black
Screws – Stainless Steel
Material – Forged Aluminum
Color – Matte Black / Glossy Black
Type – PM6 with 4xØ18mm pistons
Body Finish – Glossy Black / Polished / Gold
Screws – High tensile steel
Pad type – Organic
Hose lenght – 175cm (both, front and rear)
Hose finish – Matte Black
Feeling Control System – Not compatible
Speed Lock – Optional / Caliper side only
MixMaster – Optional (Shimano I-Spec B or SRAM)
Rotors – All Compatible (6H & Center Lock)
SYSTEM WEIGHT 379g
With 85cm hose, 160mm 1-piece rotor and mounting hardware
The MixMaster handlebar clamp is an option for all Formula brakes. This simple upgrade allows for the direct attachment of Shimano (I-Spec B only) and SRAM shifters on your Formula brake, giving the bike a clean look. Perfect to help de-clutter handlebars busy with the many clamps today’s bikes employ.
Speed Lock technology allows for the disconnection and connection of the hose multiple times without losing fluid or introducing air into the brake. The Speed Lock hose is the best option for internally routed frames, the traveler who packs their bike, or anyone who is constantly assembling/disassembling their bike.
We are proud to introduce our new disc. After more than three years of development we have arrived at a design that combines the best of all the “must have” features in a disc: extreme lateral stiffness that guarantees impact resistance by protecting the disk from unwanted damage; reduced unwanted noise caused by friction; a special anti-noise design which reduces the risk of resonance and vibrations; reduced pad wear.
INTENSE 2020 M29 FACTORY FRAME AND SHOCK
THE M29 IS THE PINNACLE OF DOWNHILL PERFORMANCE. WITH OVER 25-YEARS OF DEVELOPMENT, THE M29 IS THE NEWEST ADDITION TO THE M-SERIES. DESIGNED FROM THE GROUND-UP, DEVELOPED ON THE WORLD CUP CIRCUIT AND PROVEN ON THE PODIUM, THE 29″ WHEELED M29 IS IN A CLASS OF ITS OWN.
With over 25 years of downhill racing knowledge, the M-series’ legendary legacy continues, although the M29 is not ‘just’ a bigger brother of the M16. With specifically designed kinematics and geometry to compliment the 29-inch wheels, the M29 is a fast, fierce and fun downhill bike as competed by our athletes Aaron Gwin, Neko Mulally and Jack Moir.
With special features and some of the finest DH components on the market such as an optimized carbon layup, high quality wheels, internal cable routing as well as the distinguished M29 frame that was developed with the INTENSE Factory Racing team, the M29 is as striking as it is nimble when it comes to the challenges of downhill. It was prototyped in racing, in fact one of the original M29 alloy mules finished on the podium with Jack Moir at Fort William in 2017 – an emphatic moment, and absolute confirmation of the potential that would be unlocked for everyone to enjoy once the M29 project reached production status.
Speed Demon, the red triangle in the shape of a stylised devil, is Dainese’s symbol. It was created in 1972, when the company was founded, and is based on a faun, a figure of Roman mythology and a god of nature. In 1981, it is radically redesigned, then finally becomes what it is today after its last redesign in 2005.
CASUAL WEAR: MAN
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HOW TO MEASURE YOURSELF
Circumference of the chest
The circumference of the chest is the maximum measurement taken around the chest when standing upright and breathing normally. The tape measure is passed around the chest at the level of the shoulder blades, below the armpits.
This is the distance between the outside of the shoulder (humerus) and the wrist when the arm is relaxed.