Forks Reviews and News


MRP unveils dual-crown fork and coil shock


Colorado-based suspension specialists showing off a new Bartlett double-crown fork and Hazzard coil shock at Sea Otter.

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RockShox Boxxer DH fork get an overhaul


The new RockShox Boxxer is ready for big wheels and big drops with new uppers, lowers, and an MX-inspired crown.

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Cane Creek releases 29/27.5+ HELM fork


Cane Creek Cycling Components has announced the release of the highly anticipated 29/27.5+ version of the HELM suspension fork.

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Fox updates category leading line-up for 2019


No other component group influences a bike purchaser’s decision as much as suspension. Now the brand preferred most by Mtbr readers is revamped and improved.

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RockShox updates to 2019 SID platform and releases TwistLoc lockout


Updated RockShox SID is ready to race; updated DebonAir spring, Charger 2 damper and sculpted magnesium dropouts. Plus TwistLoc for more barspace and response.

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RockShox Pike vs. Fox 34 – Similarities and differences


World Wide Cyclery shows us the similarities and differences between the 2018 Fox 34 and RockShox Pike forks.

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FOX Factory Tuning custom program unveiled


The new FOX Factory Tuning program is designed to provide customers with the best possible product for their individual needs.

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RockShox updates Deluxe, Super Deluxe, Lyrik and more


RockShox has overhauled the Sektor, Reba, Recon, Judy, 30, Bluto, Pike DJ, Lyrik and Yari suspension forks. Full details here.

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RockShox unveils updates to 2019 suspension forks


“Action is everything” is the RockShox tagline and they are keeping that sentiment alive with their 2019 product range, pushing the limits of what an affordable suspension fork can provide.

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Best of 2017: Paul’s Top Gear Picks


Here’s another in Mtbr’s series of Best Gear picks for 2017, this time coming from Seattle-based contributor Paul Andrews. Agree? Disagree? Let us know in the comments section.

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DVO Diamond 110 Boost fork review


It’s not the lightest fork in this class, but the DVO Diamond 110 Boost is bar none one of the best trail/enduro forks we’ve ridden in a long time. Find out why.

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Cane Creek now Coil Creek?


Cane Creek Cycling Components has temporarily changed their name to Coil Creek for the month of November to coincide with the release of the HELM Coil 27.5 suspension fork.

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Hayes partners with STIKRD.com


Hayes has announced a multiyear partnership between Manitou and STIKRD.com. STIKRD.com will offer custom and replacement decal kits for Manitou suspension forks.

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X-Fusion Trace 36 long travel 29er fork


Been waiting for a long travel 29er fork from X-Fusion? Well, the wait is almost over. Meet the new Trace 36.

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Cane Creek Helm Coil fork springs into action


While forks with coil springs are generally used on entry level and some DH bikes, Cane Creek is now offering a high end coil sprung version of their already successful Helm for trail and enduro use.

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Fox releases limited run of race-edition 36 forks


Lusting after one of those orange pro-edition forks from Fox? Now is your chance.

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MRP Ribbon Coil fork launched


Coil fork features MRP’s highly-regarded Ramp Control feature, a speed-sensitive ending-stroke adjustment that allows the rider to tune preferred amount of bottom-out support with the simple twist of a knob.

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BOS teases inverted fork design


Pro racers in the 1990s regularly rode BOS suspension to World Cup podiums, but the brand has recently been focused on rally car racing. Now, though, it looks like they’re coming back to MTB with a new inverted DH fork.

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Push Industries ACS-3 coil spring conversion kit


Push Industries believe the biggest hurdle is modern MTB coil forks lack the big hit performance and bottoming control provided by today’s air systems. So they are introducing the ACS-3 system.

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Fox Float 34 fork with EVOL review


For model year 2018, Fox has updated the 34 chassis with a large volume negative air spring. Can something so minor really make a big difference?

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Lauf Grit delivers 30mm of speed-enhancing suspension


The Lauf fork is arguably the most unconventional cycling fork on the market, but it certainly has its fans who appreciate the low weight and ride enhancing suspension.

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Video: Cane Creek HELM front fork


Tunability has always been a strong point of Cane Creek and this one is no exception. Sometimes, the options overwhelm the consumer but enthusiasts appreciate these options.

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BOS Suspension Deville 35 fork ready for primetime


BOS Suspension has released a new Deville 35 fork for the all mountain category. It will initially be available with travel between 150-170mm (fixed) in 27.5 wheel size for the boost 110x15mm standard.

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2018 Fox 36 first ride


Three years ago, Fox was thrust once again into the lead position of big hit fork performance with the introduction of the Fox 36. Today, the chassis is still sound as the latest Fox updates are applied to push it even further.

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X-Fusion McQueen Plus fork review


The new McQueen fork from X-Fusion retails for roughly 20% less than it’s competitors. So how does it compare?

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