You’re building a bike to get rowdy, and this is the foundation.
Designed by riders, built for riders, the Edit frame is now in it’s fourth generation. That means we’ve put five years of real-world testing, development and refinement into the platform that has earned Airdrop a bit of a cult following. And the result is an alloy, 155mm all-mountain frame that’s up there with the best of them. We’re not into making claims here so all we’ll say is that the Edit is a whole heap of fun to ride. A bike built for good times.
Back when we launched the Edit v2 with a coil shock it was a bold move, but it worked. And so did the bike; to ride the rowdiest, roughest trails, rock gardens and greasy roots a coil is the obvious choice. And yet the Edit v4 remains one of the few frames you can buy that’s designed to work with a high-end coil shock without compromise.
The Rockshox Super Deluxe Coil Ultimate is certainly a big name, but it backs that up with performance to match. Sitting right at the top of the Rockshox range, the Ultimate model offers the unmistakable feel of a coil spring with rebound, low-speed compression and a threshold adjustment lever for pedalling when you need it. And yes, it has a red spring.
Use the spring rate chart below to help you decide the best spring for you.
160mm front / 155mm rear
27.5" front & rear
Rockshox Super Deluxe Coil Ultimate RCT
Custom butted 6061-T6 alloy with one-piece CNC rocker and removeable dropouts
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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