DVO Jade Rear Shock

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Product Description

The inner workings of the Jade are developed around being extremely tunable to fit any rider’s personal preferences. The loader assembly (compression circuits) can easily be removed from the reservoir body to access the shims. From there, you can adjust the shim stack to fit any rider’s style or course layout.

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DVO Jade

Anyone riding this shock? I've read a lot about it but no first hand rider reports. How does it stack up against the competition?Read More »

Jade Cycles? 82mm and 100mm wheelsets available, anybody tried them?

Stumbled across the Jade Cycles website and found their 82mm and 100mm rims as well as complete wheelsets. They look good, say they're tubeless and are relatively inexpensive considering others on the market. What I'm wondering however, is if anyone has tried them. My plan was to build up a set of e ... Read More »

Oakley Radar XL Anti-Freeze w/Jade Iridium and Oakley Radar XL Retina Burn

Anyone got one or both of the mentioned for sale? Trade? I got other Radar XL´s, Radarlock XL, M-Frame and some vintage Racing Jacket up for trade.Read More »

Bronson with DVO Jade Coil rear Shock

This is very interesting! [ATTACH=CONFIG]857426[/ATTACH] I'm very interested in hearing what others think, and how those with DB Airs or Vivid airs think of their setups. I've always enjoyed a coil shock over an air can, but have not tried these high end 'coil replacements'. Discuss. :)Read More »

Stolen Bike - New Electra Verse Turquoise/Jade fm Oakland

Hi Folks, this is my "hope" bike as I'm no longer able to be active due to health but when I do have a small window I love nothing more than to ride free as a bird... even though it's usually a pathetically short trip around the block. It was stolen from inside the apartment garage - they cut thr ... Read More »

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