Fox has just released the brand spanking Fox 34 Fork. This edition of Fox 34 Fork is significantly lighter than the previous which is 1760 grams. The chassis is a 34 mil stanction for added stiffness. The main area where this Fork stands out is the air spring. The FOX 34 Float 140 CTD Fork is specifically designed for dirt jumping and sloping.
Rockshox Pike Fork
For some years, the Rockshox PIKE was out of the picture but has now come back with a bang in the market. This is one of the most amazing products that Rockshox has ever produced. This is so good a fork that I will not hesitate to say that whether you are going for a smooth ride in single track or a rough ride in the rockiest terrain in the world, the PIKE is what you are looking for.
With tough competition in the Enduro suspension fork MTB market, it isn’t just any kind of product that will suffice. Every single part of the product has to be the best and to answer all such demands Fox 36 launched the Fox 36 Float 160 FIT RC2. Ever since its launch, Fox 36 Float 160 FIT RC2 has become the foremost choice of free-riders, enduro & MTB’ers. It is made for use on the mountains, trails, free ride, etc. with many commendable features that make it the perfect companion.
The new range of Fox suspension sees some pretty major changes, and not just with the new CTD damper system. Their forks have lost up to 200g across the range making them lighter and more efficient. New mounting hardware on their rear shocks is said to reduce friction by nearly 50%. Founder of Pivot Cycles, Chris Cocalis has said the new shock eye bushes have made a bigger difference to shock feel than the earlier move to Kashima coat did. The new bushing design is more durable too, according to Fox.