BikeYoke Yoke To Suit Specialized Epic

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This BikeYoke allows you to ditch the Brain system and proprietary shock on your Epic frame and run it with a normal shock. 

With this mod you'll be able to install a 190x51mm shock but the Epic only has clearance for shocks with small diameter air cans. The smaller the frame size, the tighter the fit. 

When assessing a replacement shock for a suitable fit you will need to carefully check for proper clearance throughout the entire stroke range as the linkage moves the shock towards the top tube as it compresses. 

BikeYoke has tested and recommends the X-Fusion Microlite RL as an option that works well without any clearance issues.

Who's this item for: This is for riders that own a 2018+ Specialized Epic and want to ditch the Brain and use an aftermarket shock.

What's included
  • 1x BikeYoke EP02
  • 1x DU bushing
  • 1x reducer
  • 1x stainless steel bolt

Compatible Bikes:
  • Epic 2018
  • Epic EVO 2018
  • Epic 2019
  • Epic EVO 2019
  • Epic 2020
  • Epic EVO 2020
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