Rockshox Vivid Air R2C MTB Rear Suspension Shock
Rockshox Vivid Air R2C Rear Suspension Shock
Great design that is made to be used on downhill, free ride and all mountain bikes Shaft material: 7075 aluminium, body material: aluminium Adjustable medium speed rebound adjustments and a low compression adjustment 70 mm stroke and 229 mm eye to eye length RockShox Vivid Air R2C rear shock features great design that is made to be used on downhill, free ride and all mountain bikes. Shaft material: 7075 aluminium, body material: aluminium. Hard anodized finish. Vivid Air is so obscenely light weight, its destined to give other downhill shocks a body image complex. But don't let its trim waistline fool you. This is no lightweight. With an all-new air spring system, this shock was built to take on the toughest courses on the World Cup circuit, combining the consistent, supple feel of a coil shock, with the adjustability, tuning, and unparalleled weight savings of an air shock. A shock that sets a new standard for downhill performance. Adjustable medium speed rebound adjustments and a low compression adjustment.
My rear suspension deals
RockShox are one of mountain biking's most iconic brands, primarily known for suspension forks and rear shocks, but in recent years releasing suspension seatpost and dropper posts too. Founded in 1989 in the boom of the mountain biking scene, their first fork was the RS-1, which was followed throughout the nineties with the RockShox Mag, Quadra, Judy and Indy ranges. This success continued in 1998 with the lightweight SID models, and the heavy duty downhill Boxxer ranges. Due to competition from Fox, Marzocchi, RST and Manitou, sales slowed, and the company was taken over by SRAM in 2002, and has since thrived, with the Reverb Dropper post a common sight on mountain bikes worldwide.
To read more on their history, please visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RockShox or view their current ranges on the official website.
About Chain Reaction Cycles
This product is for sale at Chain Reaction Cycles, one of the largest online cycle shops in the world. Opening in 1985, and starting off as a small independent bike shop in Ballynure, it moved to Ballyclare in 1989 and is now based in Doagh (all in Northern Ireland). In addition to regular local service, Chain Reaction Cycles (or CRC as it is often abbreviated to) established itself as a mail order business via advertisements in bicycle magazines; this continued until 1999 where it launched it's now famous website at ChainReactionCycles.com. Their blue themed website stocks around 90,000 products ranging from MTB & Road cycling equipment, to triathlon, BMX and running kit. As per several other leading bike shops, Chain Reaction produce their own product ranges, under brands such as Brand X. To this day CRC sponsor many cycling events, and due to the company's size and efficiency are able to offer very competitive pricing on cycle equipment. In 2016 Wiggle acquired Chain Reaction Cycles, although the two websites continue to operate independently of each other, both with their own distinctive branding and product ranges.