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EB17: DVO goes metric, adds Opal inline rear shock & Beryl fork goes to market

2018 DVO Opal inline rear shock with no piggy back reservoir
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The new DVO Opal inline shock is their first shock without a piggyback reservoir. All of the compression circuitry is inside the main barrel, with a simple two setting adjustment knob on the outside. There’s also a 10-click rebound adjust bezel running around it.

2018 DVO Opal inline rear shock with no piggy back reservoir

Flip the lever either direction to firm things up.

2018 DVO Opal inline rear shock with no piggy back reservoir

Aimed at the XC / Trail crowd, it’s tuned for shorter travel bikes that are as likely to climb as descend. Offered in lengths up to 216mm eye-to-eye. Available next April, probably around $400.

2018 DVO Beryl affordable enduro fork

The Beryl was shown at Taipei and is now hitting the market. It’s functionally similar to the Diamond, but with fewer external adjustments. Retail is $775.

2018 DVO rear shocks get metric sizing and trunnion options for all models including this Jade coilover rear shock

All DVO shocks, including the coil Jade shock, are now or very soon will be vailable in metric and trunnion options.

DVOsuspension.com

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rgeniec
rgeniec
5 years ago

Can’t wait to get this Opal on my Tallboy and make it come alive. DVO is the best.

Keith
Keith
5 years ago

Does the Opal shock use an IFP or did they manage to put a bladder in it?

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