State-of-the-art aluminum frameset material features best-in-class strength-to-weight ratios and unique welding technologies for a high-performance ride quality
Maestro Suspension Technology
Four strategically positioned pivot points and two linkages work together to create a single floating pivot point for the most active, efficient suspension system
The Maestro flip chip allows you to quickly adjust the geometry of the Intrigue 29 to take advantage of your riding style and the terrain you are riding. With "low" and "high" options, you can change the headtube and seattube angles along with bottom bracket height by simply flipping a small piece of hardware located in the upper rocker arm. CLICK HERE to learn more about the Maestro flip chip.
140 mm Fork
140mm of travel up front allows you to easily navigate trail obstacles and downhill terrain
Tubeless ready, so you can run lower tire pressure for added traction and control
Compatible with 2.5-inch Tires
Clearance to run up to 2.5-inch tires for increased stability
Updated chainstay and downtube protection help keep rock strikes and chain slap damage at bay
An upper rocker arm created with Advanced Forged Composite Technology for increased stiffness, durability, and lighter weight
Oversized bottom-bracket/chainstay area features a fully integrated, 92mm wide bottom-bracket design while asymmetric chainstays provide additional stiffness on the driveside and stability on the non-driveside
Designed to provide precise front-end steering performance, the system’s oversized headset bearings and tapered steerer tube work in conjunction to provide optimal steering stiffness
Techs & Features
Advanced Forged Composite Technology
A state-of-the-art, high-pressure molding process used to produce complex-shaped carbon fiber components that are lighter, stiffer and stronger than similar aluminum components.
ALUXX SL Aluminum Technology
This High-Performance level, state-of-the-art aluminum material is made predominantly from 6011 alloy and delivers best-in-class strength-to-weight ratios. These framesets also feature unique welding technologies for a high-performance ride quality.
The flip chip allows riders to quickly adjust the geometry of their Maestro-equipped mountain bike to better suit how and where they ride. It lets riders change the headtube/seattube angles and bottom bracket height via eccentric (offset, two-position) hardware located on the upper rocker arm.
Designed to provide precise front-end steering performance, this fork steerer tube technology uses oversized headset bearings (1 1/4” lower and 1 1/8” upper for road, 1 1/2” lower and 1 1/8” upper for mountain) and tapered steerer tube work in conjunction to provide optimal steering stiffness.
A massively oversized bottom-bracket/chainstay area features a fully integrated, 86-millimeter wide bottom-bracket design (92-millimeterwide for off-road bikes). Asymmetric chainstays provide additional stiffness on the driveside and stability on the non-driveside.
Fewer flat tires. Greater traction. Less rolling resistance and a smoother, faster ride. Giant’s Tubeless System makes it easier than ever to experience all these benefits.
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