Cane Creek Announces Trunnion Mount Fitment and New CS Lever with Integrated Tool for DB IL
Asheville, NC –
Cane Creek is proud to announce the release of our highly adjustable and incredibly supple DB Air and Coil IL shocks in trunnion-mount versions.
Cane Creek expands the compatibility of its DB IL line with the addition of trunnion mounting options as well as a quicker method for tuning the external damping features. With Four-way on trail adjustability becoming even more accessible with an integrated tool nested in Cane Creek’s climb-switch (CS) lever for ALL IL shocks, there has never been a better time to upgrade your rear shock. The tool nested in Cane Creek’s patented CS lever snaps in seamlessly and is secured by a magnet, ready to make trail side damping adjustments without having to pull your multitool out! Hand-assembled and individually dyno-tested in our Western North Carolina facility, DB IL shocks continue to provide a level of quality, performance and rider benefit that is unmatched in the market.
The DB Air IL and DB Coil IL in trunnion-mount are available now through Cane Creek retailers, distributors or factory-direct in North America through www.CaneCreek.com. Pricing for Trunnion mounting DB AIR IL and DB Coil IL mirrors their non-trunnion-mount counterparts – $579.99 for DB Air IL and $525.99 for DB Coil IL. The new CS lever with the integrated tool, as of December 7th, 2021 will be installed on all DB Air and Coil IL shocks and is available aftermarket for $39.99.
Air +/- 397g
Coil +/- 285g (w/o spring)
Twin-tube independent high & low speed and rebound circuits
High Speed Compression
Low Speed Compression
High speed Rebound
Low Speed Rebound
Air and Coil: 8mm
3mm Integrated tool
Two Position: Descend / Climb
Air IL: 165 x 40, 165 x 42.5, 165 x 45, 185 x 50, 185 x 52.5, 185 x 55
Coil IL: 185 x 50, 185 x 52.5, 185 x 55
Manufacturing: Hand built in Fletcher, NC
About Cane Creek Cycling Components
Cane Creek Cycling Components is a manufacturer of premium cycling products headquartered in Fletcher, NC. The company was founded in 1974 as the North American headquarters of Japanese brake manufacturer Dia-Compe. In the early 1990s the company was renamed Cane Creek Cycling Components and was subsequently purchased by its employees. Over the years, Cane Creek has introduced several groundbreaking products – including the original AheadSet threadless headset and the revolutionary Double Barrel Shock.