MAGURA MCi - The World´s First Symbiosis of Handlebar and Brake

MAGURA MCi - The World´s First Symbiosis of Handlebar and Brake

Magura (Germany) - Press Release: With this new MAGURA Integration Series, the German brake specialist has given us a completely new product series. It is characterised by special integration solutions that further optimise the design and function of the already-proven MAGURA products. After successfully producing the integrated HSi rim brake and the HGi heated grips, MAGURA has now turned its attention to the cockpit.

MAGURA Cockpit Integration (MCi):

The new MAGURA Cockpit Integration (MCi) is the world’s first hydraulic brake that’s fully integrated in the handlebar. With no external cables, the MCi gives riders a tidy cockpit, better aerodynamics and greater protection for hydraulic components. 

The first symbiosis of handlebar and brake:

The first symbiosis of handlebar and brake – and his has been designed to be user-friendly during servicing.

Clean Design:

For the first time, the new MAGURA MCi moves the hydraulic unit of the brakes and all the brake lines inside the handlebar. The result is a tidy appearance accompanied by enhanced functionality, offering effective protection against crashes and mechanical damage.

Internal Cylinder:

The heart of the MAGURA MCi is a cylinder, which is invisibly located in the handlebar grip area. The brake lines are also laid inside the handlebar – they are led through the stem unit and steering tube through special holes in the handlebars.

The dimensions of the expansion reservoir and the piston diameter of the MCi correspond to the dimensions used in the MAGURA MT series. This gives the MCi the same stability and braking force as conventional MAGURA MT brakes.

User-friendly Easy Link installation:

The new MAGURA Easy Link coupling enables a simple plug-in connection between the MCi and the brake line. During servicing, the entire unit can be separated and dismantled without losing any oil.

Easy Bleed Technology:

Easy bleeding at the handlebar end thanks to the MAGURA Easy Bleed technology.

 

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