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  1. News & Reviews
    Marzocchi is expanding its line with a new piggy-back air shock that's a bit off-kilter. The Bomber Air features an asymmetrical shock reservoir that improves access to the damping adjusters and air valve. Marzocchi claims the offset also design improves frame fitment. Read on for the details...
  2. Frameset
    Airborne Lucky strike titanium frame and made in Italy 80mm Marzocchi z3 (i think) coil/oil fork with Chris King headset, titanium seat clamp, generic seat post. Size is medium. I'm 5'9" and fit me well. Its a classy, stylish, 26'er frame and fork combo that will always be in style and should...
  3. General Discussion
    Marzocchi is back in the shock market with the new Marzocchi Bomber CR, which is designed to pair with bikes with travel ranges from 130mm-200mm. It aims to deliver a plush, planted feel with consistency during long shred sessions. And the price is attractive, with the shock and spring selling...
  4. Shocks and Suspension
    Once upon a time, the Marzocchi Bomber Z1 was the fork to have. While other suspension makers were struggling to find the balance between performance and weight, the then-Italian company went all in on making a fork that featured oil, coils, and massive stanchions. And it actually worked - extra...
  5. 29er Bikes
    Marzocchi is a brand that has had some struggles in recent years. In 2008 the company was acquired by American automotive parts manufacturer Tenneco who has been trying to turn the company around. The struggles ranged from financial to production to quality assurance to customer service (many...
  6. General Discussion
    Recently, there have been a lot of questions about the direction of Marzocchi Suspension, one of the original mountain bike suspension manufacturers and arguably the originator of the freeride movement. Bryson Martin Sr., John Pelino and Tom Rogers, the main guys at Marzocchi USA, left the...
  7. Downhill - Freeride
    Custom build, been on it for two weeks. I had one of these frames last year built up a bit differently. Got a few changes this year, like the DT wheels, MRP cranks, but the main difference is gettting the 888's on the front again. Marzocchi is definitely back. I'm loving the forks. A couple...
  8. Downhill - Freeride
    I recently purchased Airborne Taka downhill bike, but the manual doesn't have any instructions on how to adjust Rear shock (Marzocchi Roco R Coil-Over). Rear shock is too soft and I want to make it stiffer. I've tried adjusting coil with the threaded adjusting ring, but it is still very soft, so...
  9. General Discussion
    Bologna (ITA), June 9th, 2011 - As a main sponsor of the iXS Dirt Masters, the suspension manufacturer's presence in Winterberg carried a mix of the typical Italian way of life along with a passion for gravity sport that is part of Marzocchi's tradition. Anyone who visited the Marzocchi booth at...
  10. Shocks and Suspension
    Hello! as the topic-title says im on my way to lower my Marzocchi 4X World Cup 2007 (110mm) fork to 75-85mm (20-35mm shorter). This will be my first time breaking a fork into pieces and since i intend to hopefully continue biking, owning other forks/bikes in the future. I want to make sure...
  11. General Discussion
    Marzocchi Test Day w/ KHS Bicycles Marzocchi and KHS test Session Shot and Edited by Travis Fant/ Fant Films Source: Quinton Spaulding KHS & Free Agent Bicycles Team Director / Sponsorship Coordinator www.khsbicycles.com www.freeagentbmx.com www.manhattancruisers.com
  12. General Discussion
    Reviewed by Brian Mullin https://www.gramslightbikes.com/ For the last several months, I have been bashing the new 2010 Marzocchi 55 RC3 Titanium through the wringer, and the titanium coil fork, with its shiny Nickel coated stanchions, has the legendary Zocchi buttery feel, and the fantastic...
  13. Gorilla brake beefers

    Red V-brake beefers. Includes 4 bolts, but one of the collars is missing. Can be easily sourced at Ace hardware.
  14. Marzocchi Atom Bomb

    1999 Marzocchi Atom Bomb fork. It started as a black painted fork. I stripped the paint and started to completely polish. Could use a little more work there. It has 65mm of travel and includes V-brake bosses and disc mounts. Stanchions are perfect. Steertube is 1-1/8" and cut to 8.5". Has
  15. Rock Shox Judy

    Old 2000 era Rock Shox Judy with Englund air cartridges. I do not recall the travel. I believe it is 65mm. It has a 1-1/8" steer tube that is about 8.5" long.
  16. 2007 Marzocchi All Mountain SL 1

    2007 Marzocchi All Mountain SL 1
  17. General Discussion
    Zola Predosa, 10th of July 2008 Preliminary agreement reached on Marzocchi's future The Marzocchi management entered today into a preliminary agreement to start an acquisition procedure by the multinational Tenneco Inc,. in order to provide additional opportunities for growth and to continue...
  18. General Discussion
    ASHEVILLE, NC ‐‐ Now in the third year of business, Suspension Experts, Inc. added new staff to offer expanded service options throughout the United States and internationally. Based in Asheville, NC, Suspension Experts, Inc. (S∙Ex ) specializes in custom repair, tuning, and service of mountain...
  19. Francezo

    Francezo 170mm frame, Drop Off III 150mm fork, Avid BB5 8" and 7", Hone cranks, Alivio shifting, Maxxis tires.
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