- Protective neoprene and velcro cut-To-Fit boot fits most rear shocks
RockShox takes entry level to a whole new level with the XC 28. It delivers 100mm of suspension via a smooth coil spring. A light, tough aluminum crown with magnesium lowers ensure a laterally stiff fork for pinpoint steering. The TurnKey lockout makes those long climbs fly by. And, the XC has mounts for both disc and rim brakes, making it compatible with most bikes on the market.
With serious strength, flawless performance and style for days, RockShox's Argyle RC provides everything a dirt jumper could want. It boasts 100mm of travel, magnesium lowers and 32mm-diameter steel uppers for burly toughness that only RockShox can deliver. For small-bump compliance that still soaks in the huge hits, the Argyle proudly features RockShox's Motion Control damping. The 20mm Maxle Lite gives you surgical steering precision, supreme stiffness with the capability to run an 8-inch rotor. Dial it all in with the adjustable rebound and compression so you can custom tune your fork to your day's session.
Sure, RockShox's Lyrik RC2DH Solo Air can go up, but when the trail tilts down and things get hectic, this thing comes alive. With 170mm of travel, this do-it-all fork boasts their fluid Mission Control DH damping that boosts oil flow to smooth out big hits and provide consistent damping from the top to the bottom of the trail. It also lets you perfectly tune your fork for techy, square-edged courses to pumpy, jump-filled trails and everything in between. For more all-mountain prowess, the Solo Air spring also reduces weight. The Lyrik utilizes RockShox's Maxle Lite through-axle for supreme stiffness and surgical steering precision.
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