RockShox 30 Gold TK 29er Forks

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Cory   Cross Country Rider [Sep 01, 2014]
Strength:

Very light and stiff with reasonable dampening for price point. Solo Air trumps a coil spring fork. Reliable so far with no issues in the first 1000 miles.

Weakness:

The quality of dampening is where they made up the cost of good materials on this fork. Also lacks the travel chart on the upper tube, so you have measure it to see if your bottoming. Plastic rebound adjustment knob instead of aluminum.

Overall an excellent entry level air fork. Setup is easy with an air pressure chart on the fork. Has 5 clicks for dampening control and have mine on the forth stiffest. I originally had this fork on a 2012 Trek Wahoo and was an extreme improvement over the Suntour fork in stiffness and ride quality, but it's 3x the price so that's to be expected.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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