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Klein to use Maverick Mono-link suspension

It’s been rumoured for a while, but now it’s official. Klein will be licensing the Maverick Mono-link suspension system for their 2003 suspension bikes.

Klein were already handbuilding the Easton Rad framed bikes for Maverick anyway, so they’ll be used to the floating bottom bracket system. We don’t know any more details yet, but expect a typically smooth frameset, most probably in Klein’s new ZR9000 Zirconium tubeset, with trademark internal cable routing and sumptuous paint jobs. With a larger production run, prices will probably drop too, compared to the Maverick and Seven versions.

In the meantime Paul Turner commented “Gary Klein and Rob Vandermark (Seven) are two major innovators in the bike world. Having them choose to use the Monolink system for their bikes is very rewarding for us.”

For a clue as to what to expect read our ride report on the original ML7 Maverick, here.

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