It is a superb helmet for trail riding, packed with plentiful safety features.
Looking for Advanced Trail Protection without Downhill Bulk? Fox Has Got Your Back. Er, Head and Knees
The Fox Dropframe helmet and Enduro pro knee guards are protective gear that’s comfortable and unobtrusive enough to actually wear while pedaling a mountain bike.
The Fox Float 36 GRIP2 Damper is definitely a worthwhile upgrade if you have a Fox Performance Fox 36 with a Grip or Fit4 damper.
Billed by Fox as a lightweight weather-resistant low-profile glove.
While I haven’t been blown away by their gear in the past, due to inconsistent sizes and fits, their recent production has changed my mind.
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It's cold outside but you're still jonesing to mountain bike. In this video, take a look at three pieces of Fox Racing gear that can make chilly temps more tolerable on your next winter ride.
When a package arrived from Fox in December, I came to a stark and sudden realization. I’ve been doing winter riding very, very wrong.
Designed with the enduro racer and all-mountain rider in mind, the Proframe is Fox’s ultra-lightweight full-face helmet weighing in at roughly 737 grams for a size medium.
Changing the volume reducers in your fork or shock is an internal adjustment that allows you to change the amount of mid stroke support and bottom out resistance on your suspension.
To my surprise, the first thing I noticed was the overall breathability and comfort while pedaling.
The future of electronic suspension is here, but is it worth it?
Initially, I was skeptical about the performance enhancement of a coil shock over an air shock, coming from having used only air shocks.