RockShox Pike RCT3 Solo Air 2015 Forks

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Rock Shox Pike RCT3 Solo Air Forks - 15mm 2014DON'T CALL IT A COMEBACKA comeback has never been so amazing. After taking a few years off, PIKE comes back in the RockShox lineup, as the ultimate trail fork. Your trail could be a silky smooth ribbon of singletrack, or a rock-infested goat trail in the Alps. Either way, there is a PIKE for you. Specifications: Weight: 26 rdquo; 1835g (4.05 lb), 27.5 rdquo; 1861g (4.10 lb), 29 rdquo; 1876g (4.14 lb) Spring: Solo Air Damping: TurnKey lockout Adjustments: External rebound, low speed compression, 3-position compression (Open/Pedal/Lock) Steerer: Tapered Aluminium Crown: Forged, hollow 7075 Aluminium Lowers: Magnesium, disc only Axle: Maxle Lite 15mm Maximum Rotor Size: 200 mm NB: Does not include pump, seal kit or star nut. Technologies: Air Guides: We print Air Guides on all of our air-sprung forks. Maybe not a technological feat, but it will help you set up your suspension in seconds instead of minutes. And

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[Oct 23, 2019]
Cayenne_Pepa


OVERALL
RATING
5
Strength:

~ 35mm stanchions makes this stiff AF ~ 4.10 pound weight ~ Dual travel, 120mm-150mm ~ Plush small bump compliance ~ Good mid-stroke support ~ Progressive ramp-up ~ Excellent service interval, blowing Fox 34 FIT4 out of the water ~ Maxle Lite axle ~ Confidence inspiring fork ~ 51mm offset available

Weakness:

~ Dual travel no longer made

Price Paid:
285
Purchased:
Used  
Model Year:
2013
[Sep 23, 2015]
Micko
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Incredibly stiff fork so no twisting and getting thrown off line. Tracks well through bumps, ruts and corners. Smooth travel which soaks up small and large bumps with ease

Weakness:

None

This fork has changed the way I ride, coming from a Fox 32 Float 150mm to this is like chalk and cheese. From being nervous about rutted corners or rock gardens this fork gives you the confidence to just let it rip. My only regret is that I never bought it sooner, worth every cent.

Similar Products Used:

Fox Float DRCV 150mm RLC
Fox Float RL 120mm

[Aug 21, 2015]
shawn
All Mountain Rider

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Wow! This fork is a game changer.

Weakness:

None. Although I did have a dial stop working, but, they repaired it and tuned it for free. Can't really complain.

I have had the Pike for over a year, and it makes all the difference. Supple yet doesn't dive. It stays active and firm. My previous fork was a Fox 32 Float, and it was ok, but, kind of a noodle, and not very responsive. It would sag into it's travel in rough down sections and just stop being a suspension. I never even got full travel from it. I also ride a rigid fork, and that how the fox feels when threatened with any rough sections. I also have a SID fork and it is nice, but, closer to the fox than the PIKE. I feel the pike is a wonder fork, and it is actually quite light for what you get.

Similar Products Used:

FOX Float 32; SID: Rigid fork.

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