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Hot News: New 36 RC2 fork highlights FOX 2015 releases

Suspension-maker FOX announced a new version of their 36 fork as well as updates to their 40, 34 and 32 models in a 2015 product release this week. The company launched 40th anniversary heritage graphics and stealth models as well.    Read More »

Daily coverage from the 2014 Sea Otter Classic Day 4

Welcome to Day 4 of Mtbr's daily coverage of the 2014 Sea Otter Classic. We’ll be continually updating this page with photos and beta on all the latest in mountain bike technology.    Read More »

Hot News: RockShox's Monarch shocks get lighter touch with new DebonAir

RockShox looks to add the same kind of responsiveness to their Monarch rear shock platform that’s garnered so much praise for their Pike fork with the announcement of the enhanced DebonAir air can.    Read More »

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2009 Cannondale F5 front shock upgrade

Dart 3 shock on the front, I want to upgrade to a lighter front shock, I just don't know which ones will fit etc.. Thanks for any help!!. I am looking for the specs and the manual doesn't appear on cannondale website no longer. tapered??, 1 1/8?? Thanks Much!!Read More »

2007 ironhorse yakuza aniki rear shock upgrade

i currently have a fox vanilla R rear shock it has 6 inches of travel but i want to get a shock with 8 inches of travel will it fit :confused: ???Read More »

Tallboy LTC rear shock upgrade?

I am running a rp23 not ctd and am wanting to upgrade my shock any suggestions? Maybe the new fox float x or cane creek? CheersRead More »

Rear Shock Upgrade Information

Hello, New to the forum here. From Kamloops BC, ride a 2013 Giant Trance X 29er. I have been enjoying the bike so far. I would like to upgrade the rear shock to something that has a "Pro-Pedal" or able to lock out the rear shock. I'm not sure what to look for when buying a rear shock. The measure ... Read More »

13 Trance X2 -- Rear shock upgrade?

Has anyone upgraded their rear shock on the 13 trance x2? i'm looking for something that can handle 275+ psi, as i'm 250# and the factory rockshox monarch R seems to be entirely too soft, even at 275psi. I've heard the Fox RP23 can handle 300+psi, and will handle my weight fine. is this the most cos ... Read More »

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