Interbike 2011: Cane Creek DBair

Our test ride aboard the new Cane Creek DBair shock verified everything we'd been told, and it's safe to say that Cane Creek has entered the air shock market with a winner. The air shock performs much like a coil shock - it is very sensitive during the initial stroke, has a lively feel, and doesn't fade during heavy use. Plus, there's a huge range of usable adjustability not found in other current market offerings. This shock performs best on bikes with flat or falling leverage ratios, or for those who prefer a progressive feel.
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4 comments
  • bturman

    9/14/2011 11:24 PM

    Alekosty, it will be available in most sizes from 7.5x2" to 10.5x3.5"

  • Alekosty

    9/14/2011 11:18 PM

    Cane Creek should do a smaller size because 8.5x2.5" is too big for a whole bunch of frames. And when they would I'm definitely gonna get this shock!

  • bturman

    9/14/2011 11:03 PM

    Haha. Maybe I was? The new carbon Intense Carbine trail bike was looking mighty fine out on the trail...

  • ryan_daugherty

    9/14/2011 7:26 PM

    HAHAHAHAHA! The video of the guy pushing on the shock is hilarious. His shadow makes it look like he's humping the bike.