RockShox Super Deluxe Ultimate Coil Long Term Review

Ross gives us his impression of the RockShox Super Deluxe Ultimate Coil rear shock after almost 12 months of abuse. It’s a good few years now since coil shocks were purely the preserve of DH bikes. With the advent of World level enduro racing and 15 minute timed downhill stages, people started looking to coil shocks for the consistent, supple damping they offered. With this upsurge in popularity came coil shocks specifically designed for enduro and trail riding, designed to pedal as well as descend. The RockShox Super Deluxe Coil range was introduced back in 2017 and was designed specifically (in the main) for enduro and trail bikes. The range consisted of three models with various specs, all of which included one key feature to make them more suitable for bikes that were designed to get to the top under human power – a pedal platform.  A couple of years ago RockShox updated the range of forks and shocks and re-named the hierarchy levels. The shock we’ve had on test is the Super Deluxe Coil … Continue reading RockShox Super Deluxe Ultimate Coil Long Term Review

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