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Cane Creek Cloud 9 Rear Shock
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Cane Creek Double Barrel Damper
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Cane Creek Double Barrel Damper
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RockShox Vivid 5.1 216x63.5 Rear Shock
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RockShox Vivid R2C Tune
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RockShox Vivid Air R2C Low Tune 8.5"x2.5" / 216mmx63.5mm
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RockShox Vivid R2C Low Tune 10.5x3.5"/267x89mm
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RockShox Ario RL 6.5"x1.5" / 165x38mm
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RS Ario RLR Pull Lockout
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DT Swiss XR Carbon Rear Shock
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DT Swiss XM180 Rear Shock
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DT Swiss EX200 Rear Shock
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DT Swiss M210
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2011 Marzocchi ROCO TST R Coil
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2011 Marzocchi ROCO World Cup Coil
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2011 Marzocchi ROCO Air RC World Cup
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2011 Marzocchi ROCO Air TST R
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RockShox Monarch Plus RC3
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RockShox Vivid Air R2C Tune /
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Cloud Nine Mounting bushings for
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RockShox Mount Hardware for 1/2"x1/2" Shocks
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RockShox 8x21.8mm Mount Hardware for 1/2" x 1/2" shocks
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About Bike Shocks

Today, most road and mountain bicycles come with a suspension system that absorbs shock. Older bikes also feature shock absorbing springs under saddles and seatposts. It’s the nature of riding off the road that makes shock absorbers on the front fork a necessity. There are also mountain bikes that have rear shock absorbers.



The shock spring is usually a coil spring that absorbs the impact when running over roots, rocks, logs, drop-offs and other road obstacles. It also helps the wheels stay on the ground so that you have more control and maneuver more effectively.



Most cycles have shocks in either the front only or on both front and rear forks. Two-wheels with shocks only in the front are called hard tail mountain bikes. In addition to bicycles with shocks at the front, there are also bikes and frames with suspensions built into both the front and rear. These bikes are called full suspension mountain bicycles. Pivots and rear shocks comprise the rear suspension system.



According to sources, shocks and the improvement of this technology have allowed riders to travel over more challenging terrain. Before purchasing shocks, though, it’s important to know what kind of trail you ride on most often. This way, you can get shocks that will suit your riding style, and ultimately provide bike safety.
 

Most popular bike shocks brands: Topeak shocks, Rockshox shocks, Intense shocks, Fox shocks, and Manitou Sherman shocks.


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