New MAGURA STIGMA – 6-pist on disc brake specific for e-mountain bikes

Next brake era

E-mountainbikes are here to stay! Higher bike weights and masses which need to be

controlled in a safer manner is one of MAGURA’s key focuses.

90 years of motorcycle experience with partners like BMW and KTM complement perfectly with 30 years of MAGURA mountainbike history that has written success stories like GustavM and the new MT7.

MAGURA STIGMA is the new powerful 6-piston disc brake which is released specific for the e-mountainbike market.

The brake lever is a modified version of the proven HC motorcycle unit which BMW is using on their adventure GS bike series.

A longer lever with Quick-Ratio reach adjustment (no tools) delivers better modulation performance. You will also notice a bigger compensation reservoir compared to standard MT mountainbike brakes which assists improving the heat

management. Using Carbotecture SL brings down the system weight.

The brake caliper is an evolution of the proven MT series. The 6-piston caliper comes with a special adapter mount so the brake will still fit the common PM 6 fork brake mount standard.

The new MAGURA STIGMA comes in a „front brake only“ version that will be sold with a MT7 4-piston rear brake – also using the new STIGMA brake lever. The brake is to be combined with the 203 mm HC Storm disc exclusively. No smaller disc will work.

In the first year of production the model will be delivered directly only to OE customers of MAGURA.

For two years now we are intensely developing this specific e-mountainbike brake with a small group of developmentcustomers – as we do with BMW and KTM in the motorcycle business. We are excited to present the first level of a new brake era for e-mountainbikes”, explains Christoph Kern, Director of MAGURA R&D.

WEIGHT 485 g

MASTER Carbotecture SL




CALIPER Chrome polished

PISTONS 6 front only




special Adapter

INFO OE only


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