The Edit v4 gets our Works treatment: zero compromise on suspension, brakes and drivetrain with an in-house built wheelset.
The Works level build on any of our bikes represents a zero compromise approach. Top shelf components with sprinkles on top, just because we can. The Edit v4 Works features all our favourite components and is pretty close to being the bike that we ride ourselves. Think of it as an Edit expressing its full potential in a build-to-order package.
Suspension is taken care of by Rockshox Ultimate series both front and rear; Lyrik Ultimate RC2 up front (the red ones) and the Super Deluxe Coil Ultimate out back (red spring). Shifting is precise and crisp thanks to the X01 Eagle drivetrain and at Works level, we fit a full MRP SXG chain device for maximum security. The Code RSC brakes are a world-cup lever DH brake and naturally, we choose the rainbow hardware. No point in hiding the fact that this is a baller build. Naturally, we fit Burgtec saddle, stem, bars and the pro level grip.
The real icing on the cake though is the wheels. It’s not easy to get a factory built wheel set to match up to the rest of the bike, so we brought that in-house. All Edit v4 Works bikes get hand-built wheels featuring DT Swiss EX511 hubs laced onto Hope Pro 4 hubs. We use Wheelsmith spokes and brass nipples to complete the Works wheel set to a standard not normally available on an off-the-peg bike.
Choosing the right spring rate is key to getting the most out of a coil shock. Work out your total rider weight - including your normal riding kit - then use this chart to choose a spring. You can use the shock's preload adjuster to do the fine tuning later.
These spring rates are calculated based on the Edit v4's kinematics. Even if you're used to running coil shocks on other bikes, you may need to check the right spring for the Edit. These calculations are based on 33% sag and a 65% rear / 35% front weight bias. On the Edit's 205mm shock length, 33% sag measures at 185mm eye-to-eye.
It takes a few days for us to prepare your order before shipping. At busy times there can be a build queue of a few days which may affect lead times. Preorders can take up to 30 days to ship.
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