Building on the Luxe bike's solid foundations by adding Ultimate series suspension and brakes. The core rider’s choice.
The upgrade we were asked for most in 2020 was to take an Edit Luxe and go to Ultimate series suspension. That’s the premise behind the Edit v4 Deluxe - you asked, we delivered. We added in a Reverb upgrade and the peerless SRAM Code RSC brakes to make the Deluxe into something really quite special. That’s the very best rear shock, fork and brakes that Rockshox/SRAM have ever made. You get maximum performance in all the key areas (these are parts you’ll find on bikes three times more expensive) but without having to sell any vital organs.
The Deluxe is built around the Edit v4 frame; a tried & tested alloy platform delivering 155mm of plush travel that’s optimised for modern coil shocks. Progressive design, aggressive intent and reliability built in. Now in it’s fourth generation, the Edit has had five years of ride testing and development and has matured into one of the very best 27.5” frames out there.
This is the one to go for if you need a bike that won’t hold you back.
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.
Shipping a bike to a UK address costs £30 and to an EU address £60. More info
All prices on the website include UK sales tax of 20%. If you are in the EU, select your shipping destination at the checkout stage and the website will automatically remove the UK sales tax before you are asked to pay.
Bike orders shipped to the EU may also incur local sales taxes (typically 15-25%) and import duties (14%). More info