RockShox reveals 2020 forks and shocks

RockShox reveals 2020 forks and shocks

Continuing in the tradition of releasing next year’s products earlier every year, RockShox has just unveiled its 2020 model year forks and shocks. RockShox 2020 first ride review You may have spotted some of these on pro racer’s bikes in the first few races of the season, but now we can reveal all the juicy details. You can also read how the 2020 Lyrik Ultimate compares to its 2019 counterpart on the trail here. How to set up your mountain bike suspension: video guides to help you get the most from your bike The ultimate guide to mountain bike rear suspension systems Select, Select+ and Ultimate models The most obvious change is the introduction of a new naming structure across all RoxkShox high-end forks and shocks. RockShox calls its all-singing all-dancing offerings “Ultimate” or “Signature Series”; the next tier down is “Select+” and the cheapest models are simply named “Select”. ...

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