Fox Factory suspension forks and rear shocks give MTB riders the confidence to push their limits whether on trail riding, enduro or downhill tracks. More than 15 years ago Fox Racing has presented the first fork with float air spring which is also the basis of the current lines such as 32, 34, 36 and 40. A height adjustable seatpost completes the product range developed with professional athletes. » Read more
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In 1974 the founder of Fox Facotry Bob Fox started to develop the first prototype of the Fox AirShox damper for a Maico Motocross Bike.
Only a few months later the production of the damper starts and allowed countless victories in road and cross races.
Beside Motocross, Fox Racing Shox began to make its way in the off-road car racing series in the late seventies. Already in 1983 Fox shocks dominated the US-American car and motorcycle racing sport. At the same time, Fox presented its first retrofittable dampers for snowmobiles.
When the first mountain bike fullys were presented at the end of the 1980s, Fox also started developing MTB suspension forks and shocks. The Fox Factory engineers used air suspension already established in the automotive sector. In bicycle sector this proprietary key technology is called Float. It made it possible to build particularly light forks and dampers. These became increasingly popular in the following years with hobby riders and professional athletes like Brian Lopes who became Fox Forx Float 100 RLC Mountain Cross World Champion in 2001.
In addition to the spring, damping is particularly important for the riding dynamics of an MTB. Fox Factory forks always convince with various damper adjustment possibilities. The current GRIP 2 damper offers high-/low-speed compression and rebound adjustment.
Especially in downhill and freeride the Fox 40 dual crown fork and the DHX shock are indispensable. Which is why even exceptional athletes like Rachel Atherton rely on Fox forks and shocks.
The current fork line convinces with innovative products like the 32 Step-Cast for cross country, the 34 for the trail-/ all mountain sector and the 36er fork for hard enduro use. At Fox Factory, the riders can draw on a wealth of experience. After limiting the range of use or the stanchion diameter (32,34,...) you have the choice between the factory version - fork stanchions with particularly low-friction Kashima coating, FIT4 or GRIP2 dampers with remote option and optionally the convenient Talas fork travel adjustment - or the performance version - black anodized stanchions and open FIT GRIP cartridge. These lines are completed by adapted E-Bike/E-MTB fork versions with reinforced castings and customized damping and spring characteristics.
The application-specific rear shocks, which are also available as factory or performance versions, as well as the Transfer dropper seatpost complete the product range that is also available in the Bike24 online shop.
The dampers, which work with air springs or particularly linear steel springs, impress with their extensive tuning options, durability and their continuously high damping performance. The Float X2 is currently the most commonly used model in all mountain, enduro and even downhill.