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Many people synonymize Marzocchi with long travel forks - and for good reason. Marzocchi has been innovating suspension technology on mountain bikes and motorcycles for the past 60 years. While no longer just a gravity orientated brand, Marzocchi has made some giant strides toward the XC racing world. Naturally evolving from the Corsa Superleggera 29” fork, the 320 LCR is a lightweight, ultra smooth, and low maintenance suspension fork featuring Marzocchi’s new LCR technology.
Aside from the standard 15mm thru-axle and tapered steer tube, the Marzocchi 320 LCR fork features a low pressure AER system, 32mm nickel coated aluminum stanchions and includes the newly redesigned LCR lockout remote - making it a top contender for your next XC race machine. The stanchions feature a low-friction hard-anodized nickel coating that’s been infused with Teflon to increase small bump sensitivity and the overall durability of the stanchion surfaces, seals and bushings. The newly redesigned LCR remote lockout lever is now compatible with both Shimano and SRAM cockpit layouts and can be mounted on either side of the handlebars, so it won’t get in the way of your dropper post remote.
LCR is a hybrid technology that makes motorcycle suspension comply with XC racing requirements. Thanks to the newly designed Dynamic Bleed Cartridge, the 320 LCR is the ideal combination of open bath and seal cartridge systems - creating a fork that is smooth, reliable, and low maintenance while remaining competitively lightweight. By tuning the knobs on the fork you’re able to adjust the low speed compression and rebound and to further tune, by upgrading to a custom shim stack (sold separately), you’re able to adjust the high speed rebound allowing the compression can be fully locked out. To safeguard your investment, an internal blow-off valve protects your fork from unexpected impact in case you forget to unlock the fork before taking a big hit.