With bigger bikes, there comes bigger demands, but thankfully not always of your wallet. The new 35 is the perfect choice for both MTBs and E-MTBs alike with a ton of built-in value. A fork that will not only look the part for burly enduro/trail bikes but will also back up its looks with a great high performance-to-value package.
It’s ok to be soft. DebonAir is not ashamed to give way under the weakest push. In fact, it makes forks and shocks plusher than ever, right from the start. It might seem a weakness, until you take DebonAir to the trail. The connection between your bike and the terrain will be seamless, as your DebonAir equipped fork absorbs every little hit without any harsh feeling on your body. A shock so soft, you can push way harder.
With revolutionary advancements in bicycle componentry, like SRAM’s XX1, X01 and X1 drivetrains, mountain bike designers have been given almost limitless freedom to focus solely on the performance of the bike. Each advancement demands that the entire package works flawlessly. Aggressive trail and enduro riders have been increasingly enjoying the benefits of larger wheels, but many still view 27.5" and 29" wheels as a possible weak link. Which is why SRAM has developed an open standard with Boost compatible components for SRAM drivetrain, hubs and RockShox forks.
Who would have thought that RockShox could make a thru axle disappear? The new Maxle Stealth offers a lightweight, slim alternative to the Maxle Lite and Maxle Ultimate.