GEAR

Review: RockShox Pike RTC3

October 12, 2017 Eric McKeegan 1

Back in the mid-2000s, the Pike was a nondescript 32 mm chassis fork. It developed a bit of a cult following but didn’t really separate itself from its field of competitors. It wasn’t until 2013

BIKES

First Impression: Kona Honzo CR Trail DL

April 19, 2017 Scott Williams 0

Kona knocked it out of the park with the Honzo CR Trail DL. Featuring a stealth matte black finish, aggressive all-mountain geometry and a reasonably lightweight package, this Honzo is a grand slam. It took all

NEW STUFF

RockShox drops new rear shocks and 29plus forks

April 7, 2016 Eric McKeegan 0

Last week RockShox announced new sizing for rear shocks, which it dubbed Metric Sizing. This has create some confusion among consumers, but the idea is to consolidate shock sizes into fewer options, while improving performance and

This Just In

RockShox updates base-model suspension forks

March 1, 2016 Press release 0

RockShox updated its entry-level suspension forks with offerings from 80 mm to 140 mm. Variations on the theme are found primarily in travel, hub compatibility and weight. BOOST and 27plus compatibility arrive on the scene

COMPONENTS

Review: RockShox Bluto fork

December 17, 2014 Adam Newman 0

By Adam Newman RockShox deserves a lot of the credit for driving the latest wheel-size trends in mountain biking these days. As the first major manufacturer to offer 27.5 forks, it created the watershed moment

Just Riding Along

Desert Dreaming with the Rockshox RS-1

March 27, 2014 Dirt Rag Magazine 0

Details are still scarce about the new RockShox RS-1 inverted fork, but today SRAM released this teaser video with Kate Courtney and Russell Finsterwald. They’re the future of XC mountain biking—in more ways than one. Courtney