MAGURA Offering Raceline Bike Brakes to Public

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Source: MAGURA announcement

BAD URACH, Germany – MAGURA is making available Raceline brakes available to the general public for the start of the 2021 racing season. Normally, these units are reserved for officially sponsored athletes – but MAGURA is now offering a new edition of the special MT8 and MT7 Raceline series to anyone desiring these components.

Ever since Bart Brentjens won the very first Olympic mountain bike race in Atlanta in 1996, the neon-colored brakes from MAGURA have been synonymous with pure racing sport!

More than two decades have passed since Bart had his first HS33 RACELINE, followed by a yellow GUSTAV M and an MT7 today. These brakes are all still closely linked by one overriding passion – the fight to gain seconds.

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Today, it is the downhill stars Loic Bruni and Danny Hart or cross-country athletes like Elisabeth Brandau and Yana Belomoina who are pushing their personal boundaries anew with the famous MAGURA neon yellow and aiming to attain the Number 1 position on the winners’ podium!


Perfect for cross-country and marathon competitions: super light thanks to the Carbotecture SL housing and an optimal braking feel due to its ergonomic 1-finger HC Carbon lever blade.

BRAKE MASTER Carbotecture SL
LEVER BLADE 1-finger HC Carbon
DESIGN raceline yellow
WEIGHT 195 g
RRP €599,80


The clearly defined bite point and maximum braking power make it the first choice for gravity pilots. The 1-Finger HC lever blade modulates the enormous braking power as and when required.

BRAKE MASTER Carbotecture SL
DESIGN raceline yellow
WEIGHT 255 g
RRP €479,80

Also available online

To start the season, MAGURA is offering a limited edition of its yellow brakes to all bikers. In addition to the familiar option of purchasing from MAGURA Pro Shop dealers in Europe, customers can now also order Raceline brakes online via Click & Collect. There are no shipping costs. Customers can pick up the items and pay for them at the dealer of their choice. For more information visit

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