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The Fox Float X CTD 2014 rear shock has a new piggy back air shock for added support with aggressive all mountain riding. Boasting the revolutionary CTD compression dampening system, the Float X can take you nearly anywhere your heart desires.
Haven’t been briefed on CTD yet? Well let me be the one to open your eyes. CTD Stands for Climb, Trail, & Descend. These are three modes that come equipped on the Float X and many other great Fox Shox. So what’s so great about CTD? Well, have you ever wanted to be able to adjust your ride on the go? Switch from 3 easy yet super diverse modes to tackle any terrain. For example, the Sycamore Canyon trail system is behind our main shipping warehouse in Riverside, Ca and CTD is perfect for these trails. When pedaling up a steep climb I can use the climb mode which is close to a lock out setting but I still get the benefits of the suspension. When I get to the top of that gnarly climb I can switch to Trail mode, this mode is a happy medium between Climb and Descend (we’ll get to that next). The Trail setting is your go to all around setting, you could even set and forget with this setting. Now, I want to be as efficient as I can so as I approach a descent I flip the switch to descend and this setting is a bit softer and allows you to use your shock to its full whoop and hill soaking potential.
CTD is an awesome technology that allows for quick setting and maximum efficiency. The trail adjust allows for 3 additional setting in the Trail position. This allows for super fine tuning of the CTD system. Overall, the Float X All Mountain Shock has been perfectly matched with the revolutionary CTD technology. This system allows you to get the most out of your ride and not think twice about it.
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Comments about Fox Racing Shox Fox Float X CTD ADJ Shock 2015:
Recently installed this shock on my Giant Trance a few weeks ago and all I can say is WOW. The versatility of this shock is what impresses me the most. I like to ride the local trails/single tracks as well as go to the bike parks and it handles everything with ease. The external reservoir helps keep the oil cool giving you a smooth ride after a days worth of abuse. The only negative I have is the price. At $600 its by no means cheap but if you have the extra money its a worthy investment!