The Marzocchi Bomber Z2 is the brand's latest mountain bike fork option with exceptional performance for its $500 price point.
German MTB component & suspension maker Intend crafts all-new air Hover shock that acts like a coil & revamps 180mm Edge New Age upside-down enduro fork!
Could this be the best fork platform on the market?
Version 2.0 of the Helm gets a redesigned air piston and damper updates to improve its on-trail performance.
Key performance updates and a very limited color option for the next generation of Helm suspension forks.
Improved air spring and damper and new low friction fluid boost the DH38’s sensitivity and adjustability.
The World Cup and World Champs winning forks get a host of updates for comfort and control.
There is a local trend for a boosted imbalance between frame and fork travel in our neighbourhood.
First spied way back in February, SR Suntour updated their Durolux fork to sport a better negative air spring, adjustibility and less trail chatter.
One of the coolest features of this fork is the interchangeability of everything. Riders can swap back and forth between air and coil forever due to the design of the cartridge and air spring.
The baddest-looking fork Manitou has ever made, the Mezzer stands tall with the proven IRT air spring and a new MC² sealed bladder damper.
This long term two-part review begins with the coil-sprung RXF36 m.2 but will end with an air-sprung review.
Hot on the heels of the new 38 fork release, FOX is back with more. Check out what's been updated on three key trail bike components.
With Rockshox announcing an updated DebonAir spring, we chat to Jon Cancellier about developing it for the new Pike, Lyrik, Yari and Revelation forks.
RockShox's DebonAir upgrade offers a boost in performance at an affordable price – we're here to tell you how it works and how to install it.
RockShox is taking its DebonAir spring to new heights for 2021 with a small but noticeable upgrade that's designed to give you back more of your fork's travel.
RockShox have found a way to get a much different feel from the fork via a tweak to the air spring design.
A sub-$50 upgrade that makes a noticeable improvement in performance.
By my reckoning, while this isn't a huge change in terms of parts or cost, the performance gains on steep terrain or when traction is at a premium are substantial.
The Cane Creek Helm Works 130 is a burly trail fork for mountain biking that is easily tunable.