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8 Singletracks members own this.
#5 out of 151 MTB Forks
Brand: RockShox
Tags: runner up 2010



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Q: adjusting the rebound
A: Here's the User Manual - http://my-sport.spb.ru/manual_1/RS Reba English.pdf. However, they don't tell you how to adjust. This is really a subjective thing; you gotta try different settings in different conditions. I change mine to suit conditions, but it takes a while to figure out exactly where to set. Some suggest dropping off a curb to see how fast the forks rebound, I say set it in the middle, and then tweak it up and down (Hare and Stag) to see what works best for you.

Q: can you tell me the fork leg length please?

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  • JacksPerson
    *****

    I LOVE this fork. It came stock on my Giant Anthem. I can set it and forget it as I do not have to keep adding air to it even between seasons it holds its air. This fork has taken some serious abuse thruought some of the most technical trails in New England, mosty southern NH. It has seen thousands of miles and still operates as it did the first ride out of the bike shop!

    Pros
    - dual air
    - lightweight
    - very durable
    - pro pedal lockout
    - allows you to stick the line you chose no matter how rough

    Cons
    Have not found any as of yet

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  • ****

    Dig it!

    Pros
    Light weight. Stiff. Good adj. Range.

    Cons
    None so far? Which is pretty good after riding Fox forx for last several years.

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  • jbelmont
    *****

    Great fork for 26 and 29 inch varieties. Stiffer than the SID but not as light.

    Pros
    Ride this fork from time to time on the shop bike. Great adjustability from the dual air spring and the damping is what you expect from Rockshox.

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  • Juan_Gear
    *****

    Might be the best fork ever, like it better than my float

    Pros
    Good value, takes a beating, keeps on ticking, pop lock is great for jumps on hills, all single speed goodness

    Cons
    None

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  • nexus1200s
    *****

    got it on sale after reading reviews of it. Went out and tried it and it was super smooth. Didnt notice and lateral flex. Very responsive to any bumps. Rebound wasnt overwhelming after a hard bump. Awesome fork with no complaints.

    Pros
    fully adjustable, lateral rigidity with good vertical absorbtion, poploc is great for long smooth climbs . Can take a hard hit.

    Cons
    none

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  • CalebWI
    *****

    The best fork for the money, period.

    Pros
    Fully customizable to my riding style. From the recommended settings, I increased -neg pressure 10% over +pos and it works for me. very responsive to small bumps, lightweight, inexpensive, strong.

    Cons
    :)

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  • Juan_Gear
    *****

    Has been worth the money, it was on sale

    Pros
    Have it on the S.A.S.S. can poplock it or unlock it

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  • raleighman91
    *****

    I LOVE IT everyone should buy one

    Pros
    EVERYTHING is amazing love it so much

    Cons
    none

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  • Juan_Gear
    *****

    never thought i would buy a Rock Sox. sram bought em, which I like. Got it on a blow out and have found it tracks well, will need some time to see how it holds up on the bouncy bike which does not get much use

    Pros
    Did not think I would use the pop/lock but do

    Cons
    None so far

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  • Rebus
    *****

    This is a great XC fork. It doesn't weigh much for a 32mm stanchion fork, and it is rigid as hell. The Reba can take a beating and never blink. It has all the adjustments you need (except external travel) and works in nearly every situation. The lockout and floodgate features work well. This fork is easy to fall in love with and will treat you well.

    Pros
    Weight, looks, the ability to soak up any bump with ease, strength.

    Cons
    Lack of u-turn, have to break it open to increase/decrease travel.

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