Colorado-based suspension manufacturer PUSH Industries has unveiled the ELEVENSIX SS, which was developed specifically to solve fitment issues with some new frame designs and sits alongside the current ELEVENSIX in the product line. Price of the ELEVENSIX SS is the same as the current ELEVENSIX at $1200.
PUSH engineers began developing this shock last year, following the release of the Santa Cruz Nomad 4 and Trek Slash. The Nomad 4 SS is available now, and Trek Slash riders will be able to get their own ELEVENSIX SS in coming weeks.
As the name implies, the ELEVENSIX SS (short for Sidestack) underwent some significant CNC work. The external reservoir is now offset to one side in order to fit a wider range of frames and at the same time still offer a full range of easily accessible adjustment.
Like the current ELEVENSIX, the ELEVENSIX SS is 100% Made in the USA, with nearly every part being machined at PUSH’s Loveland, Colorado, headquarters. In addition to being offered as a new model, the ELEVENSIX SS is available as an upgrade for existing ELEVENSIX owners. PUSH offers a standard Factory Rebuild Service to service and update customers’ ELEVENSIX shocks.
Modifications for a new fitment, including the replacement of the old piggyback bridge with the new SS bridge, can also be performed during a Factory Rebuild Service with an additional upcharge. All ELEVENSIX products are built and tuned specifically for each individual bike and rider. PUSH’s current product range includes an expansive line of suspension tools and components, including the ELEVENSIX rear shock and ACS3 fork coil kit.
PUSH Industries was founded in 2003 by Darren Murphy, and quickly developed a reputation in the two-wheeled sports world for quality tuning and exceptional customer service. Along the way, PUSH-tuned suspension helped some of the biggest names in UCI downhill racing find their way to the podium. Following a relocation from Southern California to Colorado in 2005, PUSH began manufacturing all suspension service and tuning components in-house, which eventually led to the release of the highly regarded ELEVENSIX rear shock in February of 2015.
To learn more head to www.pushindustries.com.