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Rock Shox Bluto RL 100mm Bike Fork Black w/ Remote Lockout 26in

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RockShox started with the features you’ve come to love from them: Fast Black aluminum upper tubes, stout 15mm Maxle, remote or crown adjustable damping, tapered steerer tube, and the infinitely tunable Solo Air spring. Then, the chassis got the fat t

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Pike RCT3 Fork - 29in 140mm MaxleLite15 Black, 29in, 15QR, 140mm, Tapered 51mm Offset

Simple, light, and strong. That's what sums up RockShox's 140mm-travel 29in Pike RCT3 Fork with the Solo Air spring, and it wouldn't be possible without its 35mm stanchions or the RCT3 damper residing in its right leg. Unlike the competition, with RCT3 you're not limited to factory low-speed compression settings without playing doctor. The Charger damper also gives you three easy-to-use instant compression settings from open, trail-tuned, and completely locked out. This lets you quickly and intuitively tune the fork sans a PhD in suspension. On the opposite side of the Pike, resides a Solo Air spring. This, when compared to the Dual Position Air spring, means no travel adjust, but a slightly lighter (just over 50g), less complicated fork. If you're able to forgo the up-and-down, you'll not only enjoy longer service intervals, but also less static friction and lower un-sprung weight. In other words, this equates to greater overall smoothness. The RockShox Pike RCT3 29in 140mm Solo Air Fork has a tapered steerer tube, and it uses a post mount brake interface. It's available in the color Black, and it has a 15mm Maxle Lite axle.

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SID RCT3 Solo Air 120 Maxle Lite15 - 29in Black, 29in, 15QR, 120mm, Tapered

We'll never forget the first time that we laid eyes on the original RockShox SID. The electric blue beauty screamed speed, a fact only bolstered by its presence on the bikes of the fastest XC racers of the day. And while the SID RCT3 Solo Air 120 MaxleLite15 29-inch fork has shed its blue hue, this 120mm fork maintains its characteristic desire to haul ass. And while we may pine after the blue paint of the past, there's no denying that the latest SID is a step forward in every sense. SIDs have always been aimed squarely at the XC race crowd, but to achieve race-worthiness, it borrows heavily from standards that are used for burlier forks. You'll find an aluminum tapered steerer and hollow forged crown, along with a thru-axle and Power Bulges residing in this fork -- just like RockShox's long-travel forks, only in a leaner package. This SID uses RockShox's new RCT3 Motion Control DNA hydraulic damping. Three distinct settings allow you to quickly manipulate damping performance for trail conditions. Now, you have Open, Threshold, and Lock settings to choose from. Open allows the fork to swallow large hits, Threshold provides pedaling efficiency with bump compliance, and Lock provides the ultimate in pedaling efficiency. The stanchions are low-friction, anodized 32mm aluminum tubes with sag gradients that assist in finding the perfect pre-load settings. Another detail, mentioned earlier, that helps make the SID stiff is the PowerBulges around the lower bushings. These eliminate deformation of the cast-magnesium lowers, ensuring smooth action and less bushing/ stanchion wear. Tying it all together is the 15mm Maxle Lite, an easy-to-use, quick-release thru-axle that boosts stiffness without adding any significant weight. The SID RCT3 uses a Solo Air spring that's housed in the left leg, but don't let its name make you think that this is some friction laden air spring. The Solo Air design lets you add air to through a single Schrader valve, but it fills both positiv...

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SID RCT3 Solo Air 120 Maxle Lite15 - 29in

We'll never forget the first time that we laid eyes on the original RockShox SID. The electric blue beauty screamed speed, a fact only bolstered by its presence on the bikes of the fastest XC racers of the day. And while the SID RCT3 Solo Air 120 MaxleLite15 29-inch fork has shed its blue hue, this 120mm fork maintains its characteristic desire to haul ass. And while we may pine after the blue paint of the past, there's no denying that the latest SID is a step forward in every sense. SIDs have always been aimed squarely at the XC race crowd, but to achieve race-worthiness, it borrows heavily from standards that are used for burlier forks. You'll find an aluminum tapered steerer and hollow forged crown, along with a thru-axle and Power Bulges residing in this fork -- just like RockShox's long-travel forks, only in a leaner package. This SID uses RockShox's new RCT3 Motion Control DNA hydraulic damping. Three distinct settings allow you to quickly manipulate damping performance for trail conditions. Now, you have Open, Threshold, and Lock settings to choose from. Open allows the fork to swallow large hits, Threshold provides pedaling efficiency with bump compliance, and Lock provides the ultimate in pedaling efficiency. The stanchions are low-friction, anodized 32mm aluminum tubes with sag gradients that assist in finding the perfect pre-load settings. Another detail, mentioned earlier, that helps make the SID stiff is the PowerBulges around the lower bushings. These eliminate deformation of the cast-magnesium lowers, ensuring smooth action and less bushing/ stanchion wear. Tying it all together is the 15mm Maxle Lite, an easy-to-use, quick-release thru-axle that boosts stiffness without adding any significant weight. The SID RCT3 uses a Solo Air spring that's housed in the left leg, but don't let its name make you think that this is some friction laden air spring. The Solo Air design lets you add air to through a single Schrader valve, but it fills both positiv...

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Pike RCT3 - 27.5in 160mm MaxleLite15 Solo Air Black, 27.5in, 15QR, 160mm, Tapered

While the original Pike was built on a reinforced long-travel cross-country platform, the newly redesigned Pike was conceived from the axle up to be the ultimate all-mountain fork -- something RockShox only saw as possible with a dedicated platform. A pair of 35mm stanchions, bound by a forged 7075 crown and magnesium lowers, make the new RockShox Pike RCT3 Solo Air your -- and your bike's -- best friend on gnarly and smooth trails alike. The Solo Air fork ditches the adjustability of the Dual Position Air version in favor of a single 160mm travel position. You lose the ability to drop the front end of your bike by 40mm to make it more aggressive on the climbs, but for some, the extra weight saved (about 50 grams) and the complexity saved is worth it. While still a comfortable climber, thanks to the Charger damper's adjustability, the Solo Air would love to be bolted to your preferred shuttle machine, ready for the steepest and most technical downhills you can stomach. Speaking of that Charger damper, it's pretty rad. With it, you're not limited to factory low-speed compression settings. Via the shiny dial atop the Charger adjustment knob, you can increase low-speed compression to avoid brake dive and g-out, or run it wide open. The Charger damper also gives you three instant compression settings from open, trail-tuned, and completely locked out. Doctor the set-up as you feel fit, then let her rip. The Rock Shox Pike RCT3 27. 5in 160mm Solo Air fork has a tapered steerer tube and uses a post mount brake interface. It comes in Black with a 15mm Maxle Lite axle.

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Pike RCT3 - 27.5in 160mm - MaxleLite15 Dual Position Air Black, 27.5in, 15QR, 160mm, Tapered

The Pike has had an illustrious life to date as an all-mountain demolisher, but the new RockShox Pike RCT3 Dual Position Air makes gives it even more range to maximize speed across virtually all terrains and grades. The 35 millimeter stanchions, forged 7075 crown, and magnesium lowers are world-beating on their own, but the two settings of the Dual Position Air system may be the real stars of the show. Dual Position Air expands the Pike's range by letting you adjust your front travel by up to 30 millimeters, meaning it adapts on the fly to what the trail presents with the twist of a knob. It keeps you mash-happy on climbs and fast cross-country sections or soaks up the big hits on downhills -- all while preserving small bump compliance. The Pike RCT3 also enjoys a charger damper that doesn't limit you to factory low-speed compression settings. Via the shiny dial atop the Charger adjustment knob, you can increase low-speed compression to avoid brake dive and g-out, or run it wide open. The Charger damper also gives you three instant compression settings from open, trail-tuned, and completely locked out. Doctor the set-up as you feel fit, then let 'er rip.

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RS-1 120mm 29in Fork with X-Loc Remote

We're guilty of using the "turning the suspension world upside down" line more than once in discussion of RockShox's revolutionary new RS-1 fork platform. Why? Because the new XC/trail-focused fork is just that: an inverted, motorcycle-style fork chassis that utilizes cutting edge technology to create the ultimate suspension experience, and the RockShox RS-1 120mm 29in Fork with X-Loc Remote you see here is the longest-travel version currently available. RockShox didn't follow any rules when designing the RS-1, and the result is a product for the consummate 29er devotee. As mentioned, it's an inverted chassis, in which the tapered steerer tube and crown are a single piece of carbon, which is then bonded to carbon legs. Housed within are the new remote-lockout Accelerator cartridge damper and Solo air-spring. Moving down from the carbon crown and legs, the Fast-Black coated stanchions are 32mm wide. Because of the inverted nature of the fork, the stanchions slide effortlessly -- the oil, being above the bushings, provides constant lubrication. Although the carbon fork is stiff and durable, RockShox wanted to ensure that the robustness extended through to the steering and that flex would not be an issue when railing a banked turn. To that end, working with SRAM, it created a hollow 27mm Torque Tube axle that works in conjunction with a standard 15mm thru-axle, creating a new, 110mm axle spacing. The Torque Tube spans the distance between the dropout faces with no endcaps, meaning that once the Maxle is tightened, the serrated ends "grip" the dropouts. This effectively makes the axle, and thereby the wheel, a structural part of the fork. This system was given the name "Predictive Steering" and it keeps the stanchion tubes locked in place. This move makes them torsionally immovable so that you won't need to worry about flex. SRAM (RockShox's parent company) has not licensed the Predictive Steering technology. SRAM and DT Swiss are currently the only companies makin...

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RS-1 120mm 29in Fork with X-Loc Remote Diffusion Black/Silver, One Size

We're guilty of using the "turning the suspension world upside down" line more than once in discussion of RockShox's revolutionary new RS-1 fork platform. Why? Because the new XC/trail-focused fork is just that: an inverted, motorcycle-style fork chassis that utilizes cutting edge technology to create the ultimate suspension experience, and the RockShox RS-1 120mm 29in Fork with X-Loc Remote you see here is the longest-travel version currently available. RockShox didn't follow any rules when designing the RS-1, and the result is a product for the consummate 29er devotee. As mentioned, it's an inverted chassis, in which the tapered steerer tube and crown are a single piece of carbon, which is then bonded to carbon legs. Housed within are the new remote-lockout Accelerator cartridge damper and Solo air-spring. Moving down from the carbon crown and legs, the Fast-Black coated stanchions are 32mm wide. Because of the inverted nature of the fork, the stanchions slide effortlessly -- the oil, being above the bushings, provides constant lubrication. Although the carbon fork is stiff and durable, RockShox wanted to ensure that the robustness extended through to the steering and that flex would not be an issue when railing a banked turn. To that end, working with SRAM, it created a hollow 27mm Torque Tube axle that works in conjunction with a standard 15mm thru-axle, creating a new, 110mm axle spacing. The Torque Tube spans the distance between the dropout faces with no endcaps, meaning that once the Maxle is tightened, the serrated ends "grip" the dropouts. This effectively makes the axle, and thereby the wheel, a structural part of the fork. This system was given the name "Predictive Steering" and it keeps the stanchion tubes locked in place. This move makes them torsionally immovable so that you won't need to worry about flex. SRAM (RockShox's parent company) has not licensed the Predictive Steering technology. SRAM and DT Swiss are currently the only companies makin...

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RS-1 120mm 29in Fork with X-Loc Remote Gloss Black/Red, One Size

We're guilty of using the "turning the suspension world upside down" line more than once in discussion of RockShox's revolutionary new RS-1 fork platform. Why? Because the new XC/trail-focused fork is just that: an inverted, motorcycle-style fork chassis that utilizes cutting edge technology to create the ultimate suspension experience, and the RockShox RS-1 120mm 29in Fork with X-Loc Remote you see here is the longest-travel version currently available. RockShox didn't follow any rules when designing the RS-1, and the result is a product for the consummate 29er devotee. As mentioned, it's an inverted chassis, in which the tapered steerer tube and crown are a single piece of carbon, which is then bonded to carbon legs. Housed within are the new remote-lockout Accelerator cartridge damper and Solo air-spring. Moving down from the carbon crown and legs, the Fast-Black coated stanchions are 32mm wide. Because of the inverted nature of the fork, the stanchions slide effortlessly -- the oil, being above the bushings, provides constant lubrication. Although the carbon fork is stiff and durable, RockShox wanted to ensure that the robustness extended through to the steering and that flex would not be an issue when railing a banked turn. To that end, working with SRAM, it created a hollow 27mm Torque Tube axle that works in conjunction with a standard 15mm thru-axle, creating a new, 110mm axle spacing. The Torque Tube spans the distance between the dropout faces with no endcaps, meaning that once the Maxle is tightened, the serrated ends "grip" the dropouts. This effectively makes the axle, and thereby the wheel, a structural part of the fork. This system was given the name "Predictive Steering" and it keeps the stanchion tubes locked in place. This move makes them torsionally immovable so that you won't need to worry about flex. SRAM (RockShox's parent company) has not licensed the Predictive Steering technology. SRAM and DT Swiss are currently the only companies makin...

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Pike RCT3 Fork - 29in 140mm MaxleLite15 Black, 29in, 15QR, 140mm, Tapered

Simple, light, and strong. That's what sums up RockShox's 140mm-travel 29in Pike RCT3 Fork with the Solo Air spring, and it wouldn't be possible without its 35mm stanchions or the RCT3 damper residing in its right leg. Unlike the competition, with RCT3 you're not limited to factory low-speed compression settings without playing doctor. The Charger damper also gives you three easy-to-use instant compression settings from open, trail-tuned, and completely locked out. This lets you quickly and intuitively tune the fork sans a PhD in suspension. On the opposite side of the Pike, resides a Solo Air spring. This, when compared to the Dual Position Air spring, means no travel adjust, but a slightly lighter (just over 50g), less complicated fork. If you're able to forgo the up-and-down, you'll not only enjoy longer service intervals, but also less static friction and lower un-sprung weight. In other words, this equates to greater overall smoothness. The RockShox Pike RCT3 29in 140mm Solo Air Fork has a tapered steerer tube, and it uses a post mount brake interface. It's available in the color Black, and it has a 15mm Maxle Lite axle.

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Pike RCT3 Fork - 26in 160mm Dual Position Air White, 26in, 15QR, 160mm, Tapered

Like the 150mm-travel Revelation, this RockShox for 26-inch wheels has the RCT3 damper. But, instead of cute 32mm stanchions, the Pike flexes wide 35mm guns to back up 160mm of travel. And being a Dual Position Air, it also drops 30mm to suit those who earn their turns. The Dual Position Air spring adds a little complexity and weight (we're only talking 50g and some change here), but it lets you drop the front end down for an improved riding position and better traction when climbing. The two travel settings are adjusted using a switch on the top of the right crown. On the other side of the Pike, resides the RCT3 damper. With this, you're not limited to factory low-speed compression settings without playing doctor. Via the shiny dial atop the Charger adjustment knob, you're able to increase low-speed compression to avoid brake dive and g-out, but you're still able to run it wide open. The Charger damper also gives you three instant compression settings from open, trail-tuned, and completely locked out. The RockShox Pike RCT3 26in 160mm Dual Position Air Fork has a tapered steerer tube, and uses a post mount brake interface. It's available in the color White and with a 15mm Maxle Lite axle.

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RS-1 ACS - Solo Air 100 29in with XLoc Remote

It'll get glances on the trail. And, you'll probably be asked your fair share of questions about it. The RockShox RS-1 ACS - Solo Air 100 29in with XLoc Remote is a thing of beauty, and wonder. The decision to manufacture the fork as part of a fork/wheel system, dubbed "Predictive Steering," lent to the success of the RS-1 ACS, which was in product development for over three years. You see, RockShox wasn't going to compromise between "good and heavy" or "lightweight and flexible." With advances in carbon technology and a very large and stiff 27mm tubular axle, it didn't have to. The RS-1 ACS is designed for the consummate 29er cyclist. It is configured to 100mm of travel. Weight-wise it is 1666grams (3. 6lbs), which is only 55grams heavier than the SID World Cup fork. Beyond those few "standards," RockShox didn't follow any rules when designing the fork. It is an inverted design in which the tapered steerer tube and crown are a single piece of carbon, which is then bonded to carbon legs. The aluminum threads house the new remote-lockout Accelerator cartridge damper and Solo air-spring. Moving down from the carbon crown and legs, the Fast-Black coated stanchions are 32mm wide. Because of the inverted nature of the fork, the stanchions slide effortlessly -- the oil, being above the bushings, provides constant lubrication. Although the carbon fork is stiff and durable, RockShox wanted to ensure that the robustness extended through to the steering and that flex would not be an issue when railing a banked turn. To that end, working with SRAM, it created a hollow 27mm Torque Tube axle that works in conjunction with a standard 15mm thru-axle. The Torque Tube spans the distance between the dropout faces with no endcaps. This means that once the Maxle is tightened, the serrated ends "grip" the dropouts. This effectively makes the axle and thereby the wheel, a structural part of the fork. This system was given the name "Predictive Steering" and it keeps the stanchion tube...

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Pike RCT3 Fork - 29in 140mm MaxleLite15

Simple, light, and strong. That's what sums up RockShox's 140mm-travel 29in Pike RCT3 Fork with the Solo Air spring, and it wouldn't be possible without its 35mm stanchions or the RCT3 damper residing in its right leg. Unlike the competition, with RCT3 you're not limited to factory low-speed compression settings without playing doctor. The Charger damper also gives you three easy-to-use instant compression settings from open, trail-tuned, and completely locked out. This lets you quickly and intuitively tune the fork sans a PhD in suspension. On the opposite side of the Pike, resides a Solo Air spring. This, when compared to the Dual Position Air spring, means no travel adjust, but a slightly lighter (just over 50g), less complicated fork. If you're able to forgo the up-and-down, you'll not only enjoy longer service intervals, but also less static friction and lower un-sprung weight. In other words, this equates to greater overall smoothness. The RockShox Pike RCT3 29in 140mm Solo Air Fork has a tapered steerer tube, and it uses a post mount brake interface. It's available in the color Black, and it has a 15mm Maxle Lite axle.

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Mens Sawback 5xx 17" Mountain Bike - Red

Find bikes and cycles at Target.com! The forge sawback 5xx hard-tail mountain bike offers brand name components and is awesome on dirt trails and single tracks. Shimano deore drivetrain and shifters with a truvativ isoflow crankset, rockshox dart 1,

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Pike RCT3 - 27.5in 160mm - MaxleLite15 Dual Position Air White, 27.5in, 15QR, 160mm, Tapered

The Pike has had an illustrious life to date as an all-mountain demolisher, but the new RockShox Pike RCT3 Dual Position Air makes gives it even more range to maximize speed across virtually all terrains and grades. The 35 millimeter stanchions, forged 7075 crown, and magnesium lowers are world-beating on their own, but the two settings of the Dual Position Air system may be the real stars of the show. Dual Position Air expands the Pike's range by letting you adjust your front travel by up to 30 millimeters, meaning it adapts on the fly to what the trail presents with the twist of a knob. It keeps you mash-happy on climbs and fast cross-country sections or soaks up the big hits on downhills -- all while preserving small bump compliance. The Pike RCT3 also enjoys a charger damper that doesn't limit you to factory low-speed compression settings. Via the shiny dial atop the Charger adjustment knob, you can increase low-speed compression to avoid brake dive and g-out, or run it wide open. The Charger damper also gives you three instant compression settings from open, trail-tuned, and completely locked out. Doctor the set-up as you feel fit, then let 'er rip.

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Pike RCT3 Fork - 29" 150mm MaxleLite15 Dual Position Air White, 29in 15QR, 150mm, 1.5T, Dual Position

Mountain bikers the world over mourned the day that RockShox discontinued the Pike. After all, it was the archetypal aggressive-use, single crown fork that was just as at home on big jumps as it was on all-day rides. So it goes without saying that we were ecstatic when RockShox announced the Pike RCT3 Dual Position Fork, and for 29-inch wheels, no less. And rather than simply issuing a slight revision to the classic, the engineers at RockShox went back to the drawing board. The result is a fork that comes in at just over four pounds, yet is sufficiently strong for the most aggressive enduro racers on the planet. As the first commercially available fork employing the new Charger sealed damper, the Pike shoulders a heavy burden of expectation. However, with a handful of Enduro World Series wins, not to mention the overall title under its belt, we'd say the pressure is off the Pike and onto the competition. Welcome to the next generation of mountain bike suspension. Most noticeable is the redesigned chassis. While the original Pike chassis has since found its way into the Argyle lineup, the current version of the Pike has been completely reevaluated in the pursuit of a lighter, stiffer setup. That makes the tapered steerer tube an obvious choice. By increasing the diameter of the steerer tube at the crown, stiffness is greatly improved, especially under hard braking. Affixed to the oversized crown are similarly oversized 35mm diameter stanchions. Like the tapered steerer tube, the extra-large stanchions fight deflection under hard braking and aggressive cornering. As you work your way down to the lowers, the Power Bulge is immediately noticeable, and it's not just for looks either. It's there to increase the amount of room for oversized bushings, yet again improving stiffness. The resulting chassis tracks so well that RockShox felt confident in outfitting the Pike with a lighter weight 15mm Maxle Lite quick-release thru-axle. It all adds up to a nearly four pound...

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RS-1 ACS - Solo Air 100 29in with XLoc Remote Diffusion Black/Silver, One Size

It'll get glances on the trail. And, you'll probably be asked your fair share of questions about it. The RockShox RS-1 ACS - Solo Air 100 29in with XLoc Remote is a thing of beauty, and wonder. The decision to manufacture the fork as part of a fork/wheel system, dubbed "Predictive Steering," lent to the success of the RS-1 ACS, which was in product development for over three years. You see, RockShox wasn't going to compromise between "good and heavy" or "lightweight and flexible." With advances in carbon technology and a very large and stiff 27mm tubular axle, it didn't have to. The RS-1 ACS is designed for the consummate 29er cyclist. It is configured to 100mm of travel. Weight-wise it is 1666grams (3. 6lbs), which is only 55grams heavier than the SID World Cup fork. Beyond those few "standards," RockShox didn't follow any rules when designing the fork. It is an inverted design in which the tapered steerer tube and crown are a single piece of carbon, which is then bonded to carbon legs. The aluminum threads house the new remote-lockout Accelerator cartridge damper and Solo air-spring. Moving down from the carbon crown and legs, the Fast-Black coated stanchions are 32mm wide. Because of the inverted nature of the fork, the stanchions slide effortlessly -- the oil, being above the bushings, provides constant lubrication. Although the carbon fork is stiff and durable, RockShox wanted to ensure that the robustness extended through to the steering and that flex would not be an issue when railing a banked turn. To that end, working with SRAM, it created a hollow 27mm Torque Tube axle that works in conjunction with a standard 15mm thru-axle. The Torque Tube spans the distance between the dropout faces with no endcaps. This means that once the Maxle is tightened, the serrated ends "grip" the dropouts. This effectively makes the axle and thereby the wheel, a structural part of the fork. This system was given the name "Predictive Steering" and it keeps the stanchion tube...

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Pike RCT3 Fork - 27.5in 130mm Solo Air

While the Pike has traditionally been an all-mountain fork, it's also offered in low travel models that skew toward the cross-country side of things. With 130 millimeters of low-travel, worm-burning velocity, the 27. 5-inch RockShox Pike RCT3 Fork 130mm Solo Air throws caution to the wind in favor of pure, unadulterated speed that's ideal for frames like the Santa Cruz 5010 or Juliana Furtado. The Solo Air fork ditches the adjustability of the Dual Position Air version in favor of a single 130mm travel position. Make no mistake, this thing is built for speed, but it loses some all-mountain capabilities. Compared to the higher travel and flexibility of the Dual Position models, the RCT3 loses the ability to carelessly bomb obstacle-laden downhills. But the lower weight and aggressive power transfer of the Solo Air 130 recommend it for cyclists after pure speed above all else. That's not to suggest the Pike is as inflexible as a politician during primary season. Its settings can be dialed by the three-position RCT3 switch, which lets you choose discreet amounts of lockout for bigger hits, trail terrain, or cross-country speed. RockShox's Rapid Recovery feature indulges the Revelation's terrain-gobbling tendencies by keeping recovery between hits short, so you'll always have that cushion, even during multiple successive bumps. The axle is designed according to the Maxle Lite technology, which involves alchemy. While we don't understand exactly how they did it, the sorcerers at RockShox took a regular ol' axle and made it both lighter and stiffer. This means it requires fewer watts to move it, and the watts you do send its way are more efficiently transferred to going up. Another great addition is Power Bulge. While we're of a divided opinion about the name, Power Bulge is code for a reinforced lower leg and oversized bushing, which further increases stiffness without increasing stanchion size. The Pike also includes a PSI menu printed on the side, so you don't ha...

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Pike RCT3 Fork - 27.5" 150mm MaxleLite15 Black, 27.5in, 15QR, 150mm, Tapered

If you're anything like us, you remember where you were when you heard that RockShox was discontinuing the Pike. After all, it was the archetypal, aggressive-use single crown fork that was just as home on big jumps as it was on all day rides. Needless to say, we were ecstatic when RockShox brought back the Pike RCT3 fork in an all-new 27. 5-inch flavor. Far from being content to simply reissue the classic, the engineers at RockShox went back to the drawing board, and the result is a fork that comes in at just over four pounds, yet is sufficiently strong for the most aggressive enduro racers on the planet. As the first commercially available fork employing the new Charger sealed damper, the Pike shoulders a heavy burden of expectation. However, with a handful of Enduro World Series wins, not to mention the overall title under its belt, we'd say the pressure is off the Pike and onto the competition. Welcome to the next generation of mountain bike suspension. Most noticeable is the redesigned chassis. While the original Pike chassis has since found its way into the Argyle lineup, the current version of the Pike has been completely reevaluated in the pursuit of a lighter, stiffer setup. That makes the tapered steerer tube an obvious choice. By increasing the diameter of the steerer tube at the crown, stiffness is greatly improved, especially under hard braking. Affixed to the oversized crown are similarly oversized 35mm diameter stanchions. Like the tapered steerer tube, the extra-large stanchions fight deflection under hard braking and aggressive cornering. As you work your way down to the lowers, the Power Bulge is immediately noticeable, and it's not just for looks either. It's there to increase the amount of room for oversized bushings, yet again improving stiffness. The resulting chassis tracks so well that RockShox felt confident in outfitting the Pike with a lighter weight 15mm Maxle Lite quick-release thru-axle. It all adds up to a four pound fork that's pro...

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Pike RCT3 - 27.5in 160mm - MaxleLite15 Dual Position Air

The Pike has had an illustrious life to date as an all-mountain demolisher, but the new RockShox Pike RCT3 Dual Position Air makes gives it even more range to maximize speed across virtually all terrains and grades. The 35 millimeter stanchions, forged 7075 crown, and magnesium lowers are world-beating on their own, but the two settings of the Dual Position Air system may be the real stars of the show. Dual Position Air expands the Pike's range by letting you adjust your front travel by up to 30 millimeters, meaning it adapts on the fly to what the trail presents with the twist of a knob. It keeps you mash-happy on climbs and fast cross-country sections or soaks up the big hits on downhills -- all while preserving small bump compliance. The Pike RCT3 also enjoys a charger damper that doesn't limit you to factory low-speed compression settings. Via the shiny dial atop the Charger adjustment knob, you can increase low-speed compression to avoid brake dive and g-out, or run it wide open. The Charger damper also gives you three instant compression settings from open, trail-tuned, and completely locked out. Doctor the set-up as you feel fit, then let 'er rip.

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