Fox DPS Factory Rear Shock 2020Peak Racing PerformanceWith
a new and improved EVOL air sleeve, Fox's 2020 DPS Factory Rear Shock offers increased responsiveness and sensitivity. The updated valve design delivers improved compression and rebound flow, and the Factory series ...
Fox DPS METRIC Factory 2020Peak Racing PerformanceWith a
new and improved EVOL air sleeve, Fox's 2020 DPS Factory Rear Shock offers increased responsiveness and sensitivity. The updated valve design delivers improved compression and rebound flow, and the Factory series comes ...
Fox Float X2 Factory 2020Proven on the World
Cup SeriesFor 2020 Fox's Float X2 Factory Shock gets a progressive bottom out bumper to prevent harsh hits at full compression. The linear damping profile increases plushness for a buttery smooth feel ...
A favorite among off-road speed demons and purists, rigid mountain bike forks offer an alternative to the more common suspension forks that grace most modern mountain bikes. Though it won’t give you the squishy, bump-eating smoothness of a suspension fork, a rigid mountain bike fork has its own charms and, yes, performance benefits.
First and foremost, it’s light. Without all the complexity and moving parts of a suspension fork—oil cartridges, springs, adjustment dials and so on—a rigid fork can be stripped down to its essential duties. Namely, holding the front wheel in place and delivering razor sharp handling.
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