We used the last of the current batch of Edit v4 stock to put together just three X-Large bikes with a Shimano, Cane Creek and Magura based build kit.
It's no secret that we've had unprecedented demand for our bikes this year and as a result, the latest batch of Edit v4 bikes sold like hot-cakes. As we start to prepare for the next batch of Edit v4 frames to arrive in the Summer, we've managed to put together three bikes on X-Large frames. The build kit is all drawn from our 'custom build' stock so the spec is a little different from our standard builds but it's all good stuff and it makes for a great overall package...
The drivetrain is Shimano XT M8100 1x12 with a 34t chainring up front and a 10-51t cassette. That's spinning a set of WTB Proterra wheels with i30 KOM Tough rims as featured on the Deluxe build. Tyres are WTB's most aggressive pairing of Verdict front and Judge rear. The rear shock is Cane Creek's new Kitsuma Coil which we're going to be seeing a lot of this year thanks to it's incredible performance and tuneability. Forks are Rockshox Lyrik Ultimate RC2. For brakes we've fitted Magura MT7 with Storm HC rotors (200mm front, 180mm rear). As these are all X-Large bikes the dropper post is a 200mm Reverb Stealth. And of course, the finishing kit is from Burgtec; a mk3 Enduro stem, Ridewide Enduro bar, Bartender Pro grips and Cloud saddle.
These three bikes are 100% brand new, unused stock and everything is the 'latest' model in it's series. Essentially we've just got three left of these things and so we thought it would be better for someone to have the opportunity to buy a bike than leaving it on the shelves. It's a combination we've put together as a custom build for various customers before so we know that it works as a package.
If you're waiting on an Edit v4 Luxe, Deluxe or Works, we are expecting to open preorders in late July or August. Until then, these will be the only Edit v4 bikes available.
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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