MRP Stage 29er Forks

5/5 (1 Reviews)


Product Description

With up to 170mm of travel for the 26 / 27.5” model and 150mm of travel for the 29” model the Stage offers plenty of controlled, supple, and refined suspension for high-speed descents and rowdy terrain. 34mm stanchions, the QtapeR 15mm axle, and a robust cast magnesium lower with oversized arch keep the Stage on track in any situation.


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by alanzco

Date Reviewed: August 13, 2014

Strengths:    Adjustability: On the Fly Ramp Control (From Linear to Progressive Spring Rate), Low Compression and Rebound.
All small changes are noticeable on how the fork manages the terrain. It was almost like going in slow motion in my local trails. Stiffness is great as it tracks awesomely any gnarly line you throw at. MRP quality is on par with the big boys and wont let nothing to wish for. PIKE KILLER. The Rebound on this fork was so impressive on this first ride that I found myself popping crazy high wheelies on the trail effortlessly. This Fork is aimed straight out to the all mountain enduro crowd.


Weaknesses:    I really haven't found any weaknesses from the fork yet. I had for a relatively short time but I would say the only thing that stands out is that the damper is loud when its getting a work out. Mostly a an air woosh noise but that about it.

Bottom Line:   
Bottom Line This is a great fork and is a true contender against Fox and Rock Shox offerings and wont let anything to desire at least in my experience. MRP really sets you up with everythings you need to get the fork dialied in from a Quick Start Guide, Owners Manual, Travel Change Guides with spacers and lubricant needed. It is really an awesome fork. Thanks MRP.

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