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DBcoil CS

CONQUER THE CLIMB

Riders who prefer the linear spring feel and exceptional low speed sensitivity of a coil shock will now have access to a climbing platform. DBcoil CS is the world’s first enduro-specific coil shock for 150-170mm travel bikes with a Climb Switch. (CS). The proprietary CS (patent-pending) feature for Double Barrel shocks adjusts low-speed damping characteristics on-the-fly keeping the suspension fully active while you climb results in better connection to the trail and increased efficiency without annoying pedal-bob. When you’re ready to descend, it’s all Double Barrel.

 

For any help with hardware installation or setting sag on your new Double Barrel shock, please check out the videos on the right side of this page. Mounting hardware is free of charge when your order a shock factory direct.  The price will be reflected at the checkout screen.

 

*Coil springs sold separately

 

All shocks are built to order by hand in our facility in North Carolina, USA. Due to an increase in demand, all DB Coil CS standard mount (non – Trunnion mount) shocks are out of stock.  Trunnion mount DB Coil CS shocks are still available to order.  Please visit our support center for any additional questions.

 

A and B Hardware Fitment Coil CS Hi Res

A and B Hardware Fitment Coil CS Trunnion Hi Res

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Reed Mann

Design Engineer
Name: Reed Mann
Position: Design Engineer
Year started: 2022
Best part of being a part of the Cane Creek family:  It’s very refreshing to work for a small, tight-knit company where we all share the same passions and to develop new products that make cycling better for everyone.
What you’ll find me doing on the weekends: Obviously riding bikes, but also wrenching on bikes or cars, exploring the mountains, and watching F1 races.
How I got here (at Cane Creek): Feeling pretty unfulfilled with a corporate engineering job, I happened to see that Cane Creek was hiring. I jumped at the opportunity to get my hands dirty working on the latest bike tech and was fortunate enough to be offered the position.