The new Öhlins RXF38 m.2 single crown mountain bike fork is said to offer a similar ride feel to the dual crown version, with a lighter weight and wider turning radius.
Gravity riders of all stripes will be stoked to know that the popular Manitou Durado dual-crown fork has been fully updated, now with three models to choose from.
Instead of jumping on the 38mm enduro-fork-train like most MTB suspension brands, the Italian engineers at Formula have decided to add rigidity to their 35mm stanchion platform with a second crown.
The Marzocchi Z1 Coil fork is a super plush trail tamer for hard hitters in a low maintenance and affordable package.
If you’ve been pining for a sturdy new RockShox Zeb, but don’t have the cash, you’re in luck! The Rockshox Domain is a big mountain bike fork with a small price.
Fox updates popular trail forks including the 34LT and 34 Step-Cast models, and introduces new a new shock series.
Having tested the H3C coil shock and now the Trace36 HLR fork form X-Fusion, it’s clear that the brand is aiming for top performance, serviceability, and functional adjustability at a reasonable price.
The Axon Elite34 is a high-performance mountain bike fork designed for rough XC tracks and light duty trail riding.
The all-new Bomber DJ is back in the mix with a whole new bag of tricks. Sharing the same 36mm chassis as its big brother, the Z1, the DJ comes in a dedicated 26” wheel configuration. Featuring a 20x110mm axle, the DJ is designed for maximum stiffness and offers seamless compatibility with existing DJ and DH front …