Several mountain bikers attempt to beat down the flames with brush which ultimately failed to stop the spread of the fire. Photo courtesy of ORF TVTHEK
Most of us know how hot disc brake rotors can get on long downhill descents. Some of us even have the burn scars to prove it. But according to...
Marzocchi's top-of-the line Z.1 for 2006, the Z.1 FR SL Doppio Air. It uses Marzocchi's new RC2 damping system and the Doppio positive/negative air spring system. The fork has 32mm, tapered alloy stanchions, and 130mm to 150mm of gooey, Marzocchi travel.
The 2006 Marzocchi Marathon Race - top-of-the-line 80mm Doppio Air System XC fork. The 2006 Marathon Race uses the 5-position TST adjuster to control compression damping and lock-up. It has an all new, CNC-machined crown and new Magnesium Monolite lowers, as well as a new, bar-mounted lock-up button
The 2006 Marzocchi All Mountain 1, freeride/trail fork. The AM1 has 130-150mm of adjustable travel, 32mm stanchions, 5-position TST compression and lock-up adjustment, optional alloy steer tube, and optional integrated fender. And it now comes in black!
Scott Hart getting some dirty Austrian hippy action at the Adidas Evil Eye freeride park in Saalbach Hinterglemm, Austria. Oh yeah - that's one a them new Marzocchi 888 RC2X forks on that there Rocky Mountain.