RockShox Boxxer R2C2 2014 Forks

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Product Description

Rock Shox BoXXer R2C2 Coil Forks Featuring long-travel-specific Mission Control DH damping, DropStop bottom-out systems and a 35mm dual-crown chassis, the legendary BoXXer is downright fast. Upgraded damper technologies and a revalved design give an unwaveringly smooth and consistent feel to the reliable Coil and the decadently light, adjustable and fully redesigned Solo Air spring. Striking a perfect balance between weight, stiffness and performance, this fork isn 8217;t for those who live to ride. It 8217;s for those who live to ride faster. Success speaks for itself. With 66 World Cup wins, the BoXXer is the winningest downhill fork in the history of the sport. RockShox BoXXer is pure racing and with its smooth and consistent damper feel of the Mission Control DH in a decadently light package 8211; the Keronite Gray version got even lighter 8211; it is the perfect choice for every World Cup track on this planet. Rock Shox BoXXer R2C2 Coil Forks Travel: 200mm Weight: 3009

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