BIKEYOKE – Fit a standard shock on Specialized Enduro


BikeYoke – New brand for aftermarket and tuning parts


BikeYoke is a new rider owned German/Taiwanese based company focusing on tuning components for mountainbikes.

still_life_2Their first product, also resembling the company name, has just been announced and will be available from March 2016:

preseries_anoBikeYoke is a clever shock extension that allows the use of standard 12.7mm (1/2”) eyelet shocks in all Specialized Enduro frames from 2010 and newer. It replaces the original Enduro clevis, which can only mount shocks featuring the proprietary Specialized interface.

first prototype_EN14_03The new shock extension is fully machined from a 6061-T6 aluminum billet, and will come black anodized and laser-engraved for a high-end finish.

first prototype_EN14_02All Enduro models from 2010 and newer can be equipped with the BikeYoke, maintaining the original Enduro geometry and rear wheel travel. Detailed specs and compatibility charts can be found on their website at

Enduro+Enduro EVO 2010-2012Besides the shock no additional hardware is needed – everything is included in the BikeYoke package for 88,99€ (for deliveries to countries outside EU), respectively 105,90€ (deliveries within EU, already including 19% German VAT):

  • 1x BikeYoke shock extension
  • 1x bushing reducer
  • 1x 12.7mm DU bushing
  • 1x M8 bolt

BikeYoke expects their first batch to finish production by end of February and, shipping to customers will start in March. They currently are taking pre-orders with a special deal for early birds:

Enduro 29 2014-All pre-orders placed in February will include a free Titanium M8 bolt upgrade instead of the standard stainless steel version.

BikeYoke products are exclusively available at their own webshop , worldwide shipping is free!!!

According to Stefan sack, CEO of BikeYoke, they are already working on shock extensions for other models and more gadgets for bikes and bikers.

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