RockShox Reba Team Dual Air 2010 Forks

5/5 (6 Reviews)


Product Description

  • Travel: 80/100/120mm
  • Damping: Blackbox Motion Control, Dual Flow
  • Spring: Dual Air
  • Crown: Forged, Hollow Al66 Tv Aluminum
  • Steerer: Aluminum, 1 1/8" Or 1.5 To 1 1/8" Tapered


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Reviews 1 - 6 (6 Reviews Total)

User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by gschwell a Cross Country Rider

Date Reviewed: July 13, 2012

Strengths:    Stiff, smooth, easy adjustment and servicing.

Weaknesses:    None yet

Bottom Line:   
I love this fork. It is straight forward functional in every way it should be. They're super easy to pull apart and service, which is nice if you want to change travel or just keep it clean and fresh. The maxle is amazingly stiff and easy to use, I'll never go back to a qr on the front. Easy spring and rebound adjustment.

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Favorite Trail:   Technical

Duration Product Used:   2 years

Price Paid:    $250.00

Purchased At:   -

Similar Products Used:   Fox RLC, Older Reba, older SID

Bike Setup:   Canfield Nimble9

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by MasCam a Cross Country Rider from Dunedin NZ

Date Reviewed: November 9, 2011

Strengths:    Great control, looks good, Highly tunable


Weaknesses:    Uuummmm, ahhhhhh, I don't get to be a fox fanboy?

Bottom Line:   
I couldn't believe the difference between this fork and my previous recon fork, it is just so controlled. It has saved my butt on more than one occasion, the dual flow rebound is worth its weight in gold. Stiffness has also improved even though mine is still a QR fork, I have stiffened it up a bit with bolt though skewers. I love the adjustability of the fork and am always changing it to suit the ride that I am going to undertake, one for the tweakers out there.

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Favorite Trail:   Wakari Creek

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $500.00

Purchased At:   Merlin Cycles

Similar Products Used:   Rockshox Recon

Bike Setup:   Yeti ASR 2009 set up as a marathon bike.

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Carlman a Weekend Warrior from Durham, NC, USA

Date Reviewed: May 1, 2011

Strengths:    For a 29er fork that is a 9mm qr, it tracks way better than I thought it would. It is plush yet communicative while being controlled. It is very adjustable.

Weaknesses:    none yet

Bottom Line:   
What a surprisingly good fork! This fork has made me a believer that new RockShox forks can be as good or better than Fox. The feel is different than a Fox and is hard to describe. But to me, the RS feels more natural or what I'd expect in a suspension design. It's a little more subtle.. it varies with the terrain in a way that I don't really notice what it's doing.. I just notice what it's not doing... bucking and other weird stuff that my Fox does when not setup just right. There was much less setup to get this fork dialed in and a shorter break in period compared to the Fox's I've had.
Great fork.

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Favorite Trail:   Chapel Hill

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $550.00

Purchased At:   Online deal

Similar Products Used:   RS Reba SL of '07 or so.. a noodly mess comparatively... and Fox F and RLC forks on 26" bikes... which are good but different in feel.

Bike Setup:   Niner MCR w/ SRAM x9 stuff, upper/mid level DT swiss wheelset

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by headshot a Cross Country Rider from Cape Town

Date Reviewed: November 4, 2010

Strengths:    120mm travel option, very tunable plush suspension, stiffness aids steering precision, lock out with adjustable threshold

Weaknesses:    Takes a few rides to tune to your riding style

Bottom Line:   
Was just what my bike needed to raise the front end a bit and give me the extra travel and geometry to take on the descents the way I like.

I could not believe the difference it made on a rocky jeep track descent that my Fox struggled with. Huge improvement on steep descents with jumps and drops.

An excellent product for less money than comparable Fox products in this country

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Favorite Trail:   Tokai

Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $600.00

Purchased At:   online store in SA

Similar Products Used:   Fox F100 5 years

Bike Setup:   100mm marathon bike with Fox rear shock, full XT.

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by dubdryver a Cross Country Rider from Miami, FL

Date Reviewed: October 23, 2010

Strengths:    Stiff, very smooth modulation, fairly light, overall a very good fork, they best I have used to date!

Weaknesses:    When you remove the remote lockout, you lose the function completely, not really bothered by it because I never use the lockout

Bottom Line:   
I have used quite a few shocks over the years, my Fox is still employed on my aluminum blur and works fine, but not nearly as smooth and supple as the Reba Team even when brand new!

The best feature, which is very common among RS forks is being able to utilize all of its travel w/o the feeling of it bottoming out. I have yet to get through 75% of my Fox! I really like that too because it doesn't even feel like I am using all of it (tested by the ring)...and it is just working w/o me noticing..thats how its suppose to be right? I have had no leaks or anything in 6 mo. it has just worked flawlessly and have recommended it to everyone looking for an upgrade.

I did have the dust seal pop out during a ride, but within 2 min, it was back in its proper place and haven't had a problem since! Forks and shocks are the one area I neglect maintenance..and I have to say, both the Fox and the New Rockshox are really doing things at a higher standard and both make very good quality products, but I just feel that the Reba just works better.

Another thing is the motion control (low speed compression) on it works very well (hints why I never need to lock it out). It didn't take me very long to get the fork setup and dialed in for me which can be a tedious process! Overall I love the way this fork works, and its a perfect match to such an amazing bike (Blur Carbon).

I am in the process to "going to the darkside" and building a Tallboy 29er. I will either be getting this fork or the XX which is exactly the same except that the XX has a hydralic lockout vs. wire actuated.

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Favorite Trail:   have many

Duration Product Used:   6 months

Price Paid:    $425.00

Purchased At:   Ebay

Similar Products Used:   SID dual-air, REBA SL dual-air, Fox F120 RLC, Psylo

Bike Setup:   Santa Cruz Blur XC Carbon, X9/XO 2x10, lots of carbon (EC90 post, Bontrager XXX Stem, Noir bars) Stans 355 w/ American classic hubs, Stan's The Raven rubber

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by ted eames a Cross Country Rider from Augusta Maine

Date Reviewed: July 15, 2010

Strengths:    smooth and light
fast set up and easy to dial in


Weaknesses:    non yet

Bottom Line:   
I rebuilt my frame, pulled all the parts off and sent to a full carbon hardtail and like it so I reparted this and wow

I should review crank( Awesome) and brakes Grams replaced some marta Sls( love em) and work as seamlessly as the fork

I love the extra 20 mm from my previos reba race 100, the added travel as it makes such a difference at speed

Now Pedal damit

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Favorite Trail:   bond brook cause it's out back

Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $425.00

Purchased At:   bath cycle//BikeMan

Similar Products Used:   reba race 2008

Bike Setup:   INTENSE SPIDER, hayes grams, fifteen g triple crank, x9 drive and salsa cockpit, ergon grips, BWW XCR wheeels hutchinson bulldog 2.3

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