Fox Racing Shox 34 29er Fork, Float Ti and RP23 with Adaptive Logic

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Jim Noonen from Fox Racing Shox shows us the new 2012 34 29er fork with 2 version, the Float Ti and the RP23 with Adaptive Logic.
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Fox Racing Shox 2012 34 29er Fork with 2 Version:

  • New for 2012
  • 34mm outside diameter tube
  • 29er only
  • Float model 140mm travel RLC
  • Also Available in Talas with travel adjust 140mm and 110mm
  • Standard 15 QR skewer – no other axel options
  • Stout, robust platform
  • Available August 1st

Fox Racing Shox 2012 Float Ti

  • New for 2012
  • Investment cast titanium crown steerer
  • 64 titanium
  • 80mm, 100mm, 120mm travel options
  • 15 QR axel option
  • Target weight of 2.9 lbs – 3.25 lbs
  • September 1st

Fox Racing Shox 2012 RP23 with Adaptive Logic

  • New for 2012
  • Dedicated firm pedaling platform
  • Descend mode nob can vary the amount of low speed compression damping
  • Darker Kashima

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Gregg Kato studied journalism and broadcasting in college while working many different jobs including deejaying, driving a forklift and building web sites (not all at the same time). Kato has been the Site Manager of Mtbr.com for over 12 years and enjoys riding local Santa Cruz trails. Besides being an avid mountain biker, he is also a motorcycle fanatic. Two wheels, one Passion.


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  • Dave says:

    First Fox ditches the Float RL for the RP series, which don’t have a firm lockout…you don’t need it since propedal is so wonderful, right?

    Now FINALLY they add back the lockout feature that never should have been removed, but now its ‘adaptive logic’, and of course will cost more.

  • Jim says:

    All good stuff but need desperatly to figure out how to make a bushing that last longer than a few months on the rear shocks. The play is emberassing and gives any bike that clapped out beater bike feeling. Figure this out and you will be almost perfect. Are you listening Fox???

  • Bogey says:

    Yikes, what a bunch of marketing c-rap! I’d sure like to know what part of that rear shock is has any sort of adaptive logic. Does their marketing guy even know what those words mean?

  • The Dude says:

    let me know when they can build a better product than rockshox…or they drop their prices accordingly

  • FireLIkeIYA!!!! says:

    Looks like the adaptive logic will be great for non DW-link/VPP bikes. Probably the same thing as just leaving pro-pedal on for a RP23 but now you wont have to feel like you are riding with your pro pedal on all the time to make up for a lofty rear suspension.

  • RS says:

    I’ve been riding the adaptive logic on an fsr bike and it rips, stiff at the park, wide open in the rocks and just right for trail shredding. Gives you the compression you want when you want it, makes 150mm of travel cover all rides!

  • BC says:

    It does not make any sense, current RP23 w/ boost valve works just fine w/ the 3 platform settings. and wide open rebound. Adding the “low speed compression” on top of the existing features makes more sense.

    @RS what FSR bike has adaptive logic and 150mm of travel? lol.

  • RS says:

    BC, I have ridden the 3 position platform and it doesn’t quite cut it for me, I only need platform on or off. The low speed circuit adjustment transforms the bike to offer varying levels of “feel” on the trail. That’s just my preference, and the rp23 on the stumpy evo has this tuning, I think the enduros do as well.

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