Get the Most Out of Your ShockStop Stem

Monday, April 24, 2017 6:36 PM

Get the Most Out of Your ShockStop Stem

Want to get the most out of your ShockStop? Here are a few tips on how to get your ShockStop Suspension Stem setup for success.

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Bike Check: 4 Essential Maintenance Routines

Tuesday, April 4, 2017 6:10 PM

With sunnier days approaching for those of us in the Northern Hemisphere, it can be tempting to whip the bike out of storage and take off for a long awaited cruise. We want to help you get out there as soon as possible, while making sure your bike is working safely and efficiently.

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Its easy to determine what length and angle you need for ShockStop and if you need handlebar shims. We break it all down in this post.

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What Makes the ShockStop Different From Other Suspension Stems

One of the most common questions people ask is, "What makes the ShockStop different?" We wanted to provide some insight into some of the factors that we considered during the development of the ShockStop.

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Carbon Dual-Position Seatpost Production Update

Thursday, July 23, 2015 10:23 AM

We know a lot of you are eager to get your hands on the upcoming carbon fiber version of the dual-position seatpost.  In our last update email, we expected to have the posts ready in mid-July, but obviously, that date has come and gone, so we wanted to update you about the current production status of the posts.

When we got the final production samples late last month, they looked fantastic, but we made an unfortunate discovery - the post diameters were very slightly oversized, which meant it was tight inserting the posts into standard 27.2mm bike frames.  The culprit, it appears, is an overly-thick application of clear-coat following the graphics decal, so the factory is re-coating additional sample posts to bring them into spec.

So what does this mean for the schedule?  We'll be receiving the new samples this week, and then we have to put them through some final testing to make sure that everything is working properly.  Barring any other issues, we would then release the factory to start producing the posts.  Our expectation is that we will have the first production units in-hand and ready for sale around the end of August (see update).

Sorry about the delay!  We had really hoped to have the posts available much earlier in the riding season, but for us, making sure the product is perfect will always trump a target launch date.  Thanks again for your support and patience - we can't wait to get these beautiful carbon posts into your hands!

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