Season 2 of Fox’s DIALED series took an unforeseen turn at the beginning of 2020. With fears of Coronavirus spreading, the first round of the World Cup in Portugal was cancelled and the remainder of the season was very unclear. As World Cup after World Cup was either cancelled or postponed, the creators of DIALED decided to take the web series in a new direction. Luckily for us, this new direction took the shape of many informative videos about Fox’s suspension products along with many other videos about basic suspension setup and performance. From detailed explanations of their new 2021 technology, to suspension tips for beginners, Season 2 of DIALED is full of insightful, helpful, and most importantly, entertaining content.
Jordi breaks down a shock valve assembly and explains the basic purpose of valves.
When tuning mountain bike suspension, it's important to record your settings and implement a system as you make changes. Jordi runs through the system and method he uses to tune setups.
Jordi explains the basic function of volume spacers, and walks through how to know when to add or remove volume spacers from your fork or shock.
We take a look inside the minds of Neko Mulally and Keegan Swenson to get an idea their thought process before, during, and after world cup races, and how they've trained their minds to improve their riding.
After receiving his new suspension upgrade, Jake talks with Jordi to walk through the initial installation and setup of his new Fox 38 and Float X2.
Rather than being a guest on the show, Greg Minnaar chose to host Dialed, and ask Jordi Cortes all of his most pressing questions.