Integration is one of the trends that set the mountain bike and in this sense SRAM has just presented a new brake release that improves the design of the front handlebar thanks to a new bar that hosts directly to the new internal wiring. disciplines The new SRAM Stealth Targets arrive in Code and Level models and with Ultimate and Silver versions.
This is another one of the elements that we’ve seen in development for a while during the various World XCO events, and it finally officially sees the light of day. SRAM has organized its target under the name Stealth and in it we find models of the Grade and Code in Silver and the Ultimate version.
When asked why these targets are now appearing stealthily, SRAM replies that they do it to complement the clean and elegant aesthetic of any bike that follows the AXS electronic circles. The stealth brake lever is designed for the new generation of cockpit and cable casting.
The truth is that the differences in the voice effects with the current models are minimal, but it is enough to see them included in the handles to make the model appear completely different.
As we said, the new Code Stealth targets share many of the same features as the previous Code, such as piston-caliper with 15 and 16 mm pistons, or Stealth-majig compression combinations or MatchMaker X joints. However, the new Stealth Code incorporates a new lever design and reduces fatigue SwingLink cam in all models.
SRAM Code Ultimate Stealth
SRAM Code Silver Stealth
To accommodate the SRAM Level standard for XC competition and new trends in modality, they now offer a wide range with 2 and 4 piston options.
SRAM Level Ultimate Stealth
SRAM Silver Level Stealth
You can get more information about the new Stealth range on SRAM’s official website.