PUSH Industries made waves last year by launching a high-end coil shock aimed at aggressive trail riders and enduro racers. Now, this Loveland, Colorado-based suspension tuning company is updating its flagship shock and launching a line of suspension maintenance products.
The Elevensix gets a few updates to make this high-end shock even betterCourtesy
The updated shock uses a Micro-XD coating to increase hardness and reduce friction. The result is an increase in durability and small bump-compliance.
Push has also increased the size of the shock’s oil reservoir to better manage heat and reduce the likelihood of fade on long descents.
Last but not least, the company sought to address criticism from some riders that the shock wasn’t “poppy” enough. To remedy this, Push developed a new damper piston designed to make the shock feel livelier.
In addition to the Elevensix revamp, PUSH is launching a line of high-end suspension tools.
As a suspension tuning company, Push developed many of these tools for its in-house operations, but decided to bring them to market for professional bike mechanics and serious home enthusiasts.
The company plans to launch a fork seal driver, chamferless socket sets to remove top caps, as well as lubes and suspension fluids.
Take a look at Push Industries’ ELEVENSIX and fork tools