Aushiker wrote:Rhubarb wrote:Key example is their new air /oil dampened rear shock absorber which performs much better than the original and is better and way cheaper than after market versions which the rest of the velomobile community is buying and retrofitting to their quests and mango etc. I got this and recommend it
I wonder if this is the shock?
No thats another one. The Sinner Bikes shock is gas filled, meaning you never have to pump it up. The after market Risse Air shocks need to be pumped to the correct pressure. The DT Swiss one in that picture has a valve so I assume it needs pumping too.
The Sinner bikes shock also has variable damping although its done via allen key so not something you can do on the fly. Mine came with quite a stiff adjustment and I've never bothered touching it. It seems very good as it is.