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|RockShox Pike RCT3 - 27.5in 160mm - MaxleLite15 Dual Air
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...
|RockShox Pike RCT3 - 27.5in 160mm MaxleLite15 Dual Air - DO NOT USE
The original Pike, built on a reinforced long-travel crosscountry platform, enabled the mountain bike to naturally evolve into the highly capable yet fun-to-ride machines they are today. This time around, however, instead of relying on existing components, Rock Shox focused on making the Pike the...
|RockShox Pike RCT3 Fork - 26in 160mm Dual Position Air
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...
|RockShox Pike RCT3 Fork - 27.5" 150mm MaxleLite15
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...
|RockShox Pike RCT3 Fork - 29" 150mm MaxleLite15 Dual Air
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...
|RockShox SID XX - Solo Air 100 27.5" MaxleLite15
The RockShox SID XX forks are known to be particularly light, and yet that's only part of what makes them a weapon of choice for cross-country racers seeking the podium. The SID platform is also tough enough to be sought by gram-counting trail-rippers, too, so it's an easy go-to for riders...