One Vital member appropriately asks, “Why hasn’t this broken the internet yet?” more » http://feeds.vitalmtb.com/~r/VitalMtbSpotlights/~3/kcuT3zt3z7s/Why-hasnt-this-broken-the-internet-yet,9978 by 29in.CH Like Mountain bike clothing, click here.
The easy-to-operate compression lever (in the open position here) has the standard three settings: climb, traverse, and descend. What is it For years, mountain bike shocks on longer travel trail/all-mountain bikes came with inherent compromise. Opt for a coil and relish the frictionless off-the-top feel and zero-fade performance, but suffer the weight and climbing platform
DVO Suspension fans are about to get excited with the arrival of new squishy bits. more » http://feeds.vitalmtb.com/~r/VitalMtbSpotlights/~3/E7npHxrGoXA/DVO-Introduces-New-Singlecrown-Dual-Crown-and-Air-Shock,1987 by Leon Wilson Looking for Mountain biking, continue reading here.
Ever thought that combining the twin-tube, recirculating design of the X2 shock with the more simplified versatility of the Float X might make for a rad trail shock? So did FOX, and that’s why they made the DPX2. First look inside! more » http://feeds.vitalmtb.com/~r/VitalMtbSpotlights/~3/zRkJ0IsfEr0/DPX2,18815 by peteSwede If you are interested in Mountain biking, continue reading
This week, Cane Creek announced the DB Air IL, the latest shock from the Western North Carolina brand. The Air IL is suited for a broad range of bikes from 100mm to 160mm of rear travel. Pricing for the new shock is $ 475, and it’s available now. Key features of the DB Air IL
The ELEVENSIX isn’t just a work of industrial design art, it’s one of the best component upgrades we’ve ridden this year. Winner: Push ELEVENSIX Cycling is different than most sports in that we have access to the same stuff the pros use. The one difference is that most professionals run custom valved suspension meticulously tuned
The Float X2 is Fox’s highest performing air shock. It’s intended for DH or gravity usage and is a regular on the World Cup and EWS. A few weeks ago, Fox announced a voluntary recall for the Float X2 air shock. According to the CPSC announcement, the recall was prompted by “seven reports of the
The idea is to lessen the sacrifice of carrying the extra weight of a coil shock in order to get the performance and consistency. The latest innovation in rear suspension from Cane Creek has debuted. Meet the DBcoil [IL] shock and VALT lightweight spring. The streamlined “in line” coil shock is designed specifically for shorter-mid