Ever have a trail moment when you feel like a pedal-whirling, energy-producing force of nature? It's a feeling unlike any other. We think an off-road jersey should sustain, not contain, your internal reactor. Designed to be ultra-light, comfortable, and quick-drying, the Gore Bike Wear Fusion Short-Sleeve Jersey is a suitable catalyst for thrilling fast mountain pursuits. The Fusion Jersey is made of 100 percent polyester, which combined with a casual fit, offers excellent moisture management and non-bunching freedom of movement. It hangs from your shoulders with a long drape that covers your whole back. The flat-lock seams are bonded and not sewn; this reduces weight and allows the jersey to glide over your skin. A half-length zip with semi-locking slider lets you air out up front, while mesh inserts under the arms and in back create a cooling wind-tunnel effect when you're freewheeling down the trail. Stash your necessities in the zip back pocket with reflective zip. There are also reflective accents on the sleeves and front logo, so you can be seen from all angles. The Gore Bike Wear Fusion Short-Sleeve Jersey will keep you cool and dry while you're putting out watts. It comes in sizes Small through XX-Large, and in five color options: Earth Beige/black, Earth/lime green, Earth/white, White/pool blue, and Black.
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I've owned my X-Fusion Vengence HLR DLA fork for over nine months now, and I'm still having trouble figuring out the adjustments.
With a low enough air pressure (lower then recommended for my riding weight), and with the low-speed compression damping almost all the way open, the fork behavies wel ... Read More »
Seen some good reviews on the Fox unit but not a lot on the X-Fusion (not including their old HL model), so I was wondering if anyone has had the pleasure of riding both and is willing to share an opinion.. Cheers..Read More »
Running an X-Fusion O2 on a Mojo SL and am curious about trying a 650b setup. Tons of info on Mojo conversions using Fox, but I can't find anything on doing this with the X-Fusion rear shock.
Has anyone tried this?Read More »
I currently have a 400 lbs spring rate on my DH Aurum. I didn't weight myself with all gear but I'm pretty sure I can top 210lbs easily. I rode with it for a while now and to get a decent sag on the rear shock, I need to preload it to the max (per x-fusion recommendations, about 6 turns). Still, I f ... Read More »
I quick update on the Vector air shock I am running in my trail bike.
Simply put the best shock, air or coil, out there I have tried. (NOTE: have not tried the DB Air)
I have run Manitou Swinger, Marz Air, Fox RP2, RP23, RP23 Tuned, RS Monarch Plus RC3 and finally now am running the Vector ... Read More »