Though she’ll likely be the last to tell you, Julia MacLean has quietly racked up a serious skillset that makes her pretty handy both on and off the bike.
Ryan Palmer spent two months back-to-back testing the 2021 Fox Float X2 with the 2020 version to discern the differences between the two gravity shocks.
In the Speedframe Pro, Fox Racing have certainly ticked all the boxes when it comes to an MTB enduro helmet, but do they all come together well?
Jordi started in the Service Center at Fox and now he is Global Race Department Manager.
Join Kenny Smith and crew as they explore remote parts of British Columbia by bike and heli.
The Transition Duffle Bag has room for a helmet, pads, and clothing in the main cabin, with a separate space for shoes and dirty mountain bike gear.
Fox has made some big improvements in the creation of the Speedframe Pro MIPS helmet. They finally made a helmet with an adjustable visor!
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.
38 millimeters of pure muscle.
Fox came through with a fork and shock to outfit my Yeti SB-165 long term test rig with a couple of weeks ago – that has given me some time to put my first impressions to digital paper.
The new 2213g FOX 38 suspension fork is a ground-up redesign with new air-springs, damper and chassis. More than a fatter 36, we dive inside the new FOX 38.
Fox's Float DHX2 and X2 shocks have received significant updates for 2021.
All the details and some initial ride impressions of the brand new Fox 38.
New year, new FOX goods! This is a massive update and includes the all-new 38. Learn how they've made an already stellar lineup of forks and shocks even better.
The new Fox Speedframe Pro mountain bike helmet fits like a glove... on your head.
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.