Archive for the ‘Suspension Forks’ Category

Boxxer World Cup Rock Shox Suspension Forks

Thursday, July 30th, 2009

Rock Shox Suspension ForksLooking for new shocks for your mountain bike? If you love those steep downhill rides, then you should do yourself a favor and check out the BoXXer World Cup RockShox suspension forks. Whether you’re a serious pro rider or a hardcore weekend warrior, you might just find they are the best suspension forks for your needs.

Rock Shox Suspension Forks Offer the Greatest Variety

Friday, July 24th, 2009

Rock Shox Suspension ForksWhen it comes the best suspension forks, one name stands out from the crowd – Rock Shox suspension forks. Whether you are into downhill, trail, freeriding, trail, cross country, or all mountain riding, Rock Shox has the right mountain bike suspension forks for you. Here we look at some of the best suspension forks available in the Rock Shox range.

Super Strong Aluminum Manitou Suspension Forks

Tuesday, July 14th, 2009

Manitou Suspension ForksIf you are looking for a mean set of bike suspension forks for your pride and joy, check out the range of Manitou suspension forks. Manitou have an awesome reputation for making tough, heavy duty bike forks.

Here we take a look at some of the range of Manitou suspension forks.

How to Choose Best Suspension Fork for Mountain Bike?

Thursday, June 11th, 2009

Suspension Fork

  • As mountain biking has grown in popularity over the past 10 to 15 years, the range of accessories and components available has grown exponentially.
  • Today, the choice is almost limitless, and has become highly specialized depending on the type of mountain biking you are into.
  • It can all become a bit confusing, especially to newcomers to the sport.
  • One of the biggest and most important choices any mountain biker needs to make is their choice of mountain bike suspension forks.


Suspension Fork: Help Me to Choose the Right One

Wednesday, May 27th, 2009

Suspension ForkA suspension fork is important because they increase your control when you hit rough spots. Without a suspension forks as soon as you hit any bumps your whole body tightens ups as you try to keep it together. With front suspension you are able to recover more quickly because the bike suspension absorbs a portion of the turbulence. Front suspension forks can also completely prevent some types of accidents. I can think of several instance in which my front wheel hit and unyielding object particularly hard and I knew that my body absorbed 100% of the what it could handle. If the suspension fork had not absorbed the rest I would have gone over my handle bars and be laying on the ground. The draw back to suspension is that it will absorb some of your good pedaling energy so more is not always better.