T.I.X Pro G1 2017
A Storck for any terrain. The T.I.X. is a cross frame in a class of its own with an oversized headset for increased head tube stiffness, proportional tubing and ‘Directional Depending Stiffness’ for best technical performance in all frame sizes. ‘Torque Free Axles’ provide greater stability and disc brakes ensure the required safety. The ‘all-clear’ for cross-country fun - be it with an electronic or mechanical gearshift. The engineering approaches used in the T.I.X. guarantee unrivaled and secure riding feel and noticeable comfort. The handling characteristics of the T.I.X. ‘help’ any rider stay on track. T.I.X. – genetically induced dynamics. Tour-Magazin 11/2014: test winner, best complete bike.
Directional Depending Stiffnes
Directional depending stiffness is the ability of a frame or component to optimally respond with high stiffness to the forces acting in the load direction while ensuring high comfort. In other words, it is the synergy between intended stiffness and desired comfort. In the case of frames, this is achieved by designing transverse-oval tube shapes, the targeted selection of materials (e.g. carbon fibers) and their application (e.g. special layups for carbon fiber reinforced plastics)
Torque Free Axle
Disc brakes massively stress the frame and the axles due to the absorption of the torsion and shear forces that are generated while braking. Torsion-resistant shafts, called through-axles, are the best way to counter these forces. Storck through-axles are not only used in mountain bikes but have long made their way into cross and road bikes with disc brakes as well. They provide stability, precise fit and stiffness.
On The Fly Maintanence
Never again without tools out in the middle of nowhere. A tool for (nearly) all bike purposes that doesn’t require a tool bag. The T25 standard torque wrench unobtrusively and securely fits in the through-axle drill hole, for example, always close at hand. As a result, monolink seat posts, stems, through-axles, head set clamps, disc brake mounts, ODM and bottle holders on a Storck can all be installed with the universal wrench.
Larger frames, due to the rider’s weight and higher leverage, are naturally exposed to higher load changes as well. Proportional Tubing takes these loads into account. The conification, the wall thickness of the tubes and the diameter are adapted to these loads. This results in frames which, irrespective of the frame height, deliver consistently good stiffness and comfort values.
Press Fit Bottom Bracket
Press-fit bottom brackets have a number of advantages. There are no threads that might wear and make disassembly work more difficult. PressFit technology uses clearly less material and thus saves weight compared with conventional technologies. The greater bottom bracket widths provide even higher stiffness in this area and, ultimately, allow larger tire clearance. In addition, press-fit bottom brackets can compensate for technique-related manufacturing tolerances incurred with anisotropic materials (CFRP).
- Directional Depending Stiffnes
- T.I.X Pro Frame Set Including T.I.X Pro Fork - Intergrated headset 1 1/8” – 1 1/2” - CFR frame with reinforced CFR bottom bracket, dropout and headset interface - Through Axle Rear: 135/10mm, Front 100/9mm - Sloping Top Tube Geometry - Internal Cable Routing - BB Pressfit 41 x 86.5mm - 31.6mm Seatpost - Post Mount Disc Brakes - Electronic or cable gearing - Colour: Gloss Black/Blue - Frame weight from 940g Fork 430g
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