BOS Deville FCV review

BOS Deville FCV review

The Deville fork from legendary French damper specialists Bos is now showing its age with very limited chassis options and it’s not as stiff as chunkier forks from competitors. If there’s a model to fit your bike, thouhg, the latest FCV damper offers those patient enough to tune it right incredible grip and support that still makes it a blisteringly quick aggro fork. How to get your suspension setup dialled 5 things you've got wrong with your MTB setup With no 29er or Boost options and an irritatingly small 160mm brake mount as standard the Deville chassis is looking dated this season. Despite 34mm stanchions, cut outs in the skinny brace and obvious twist and tuck if you’re using a big rotor and bars to maximise leverage it’s still over 2kg too, which puts it into the same ballpark as much stiffer forks like the Rock Shox Lyrik and Fox ...

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