RockShox, a brand of the SRAM family, offers riders of all disciplines, from entry-level to expert level, the best riding experience by manufacturing outstanding mountain bike suspension forks, rear shocks, height adjustable seat posts and accessories. » Read more
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Many riders know RockShox as one of the largest and most important manufacturers of suspension forks, rear shocks and accessories, but did you know that it all started in a small garage? Over 25 years ago, Paul Turner, the founder of RockShox, began revolutionizing mountain biking by developing the first production suspension fork and later presenting the first full suspension MTB (full suspension) at the Long Beach USA Trade Show.
The lightweight "RS-1" called fork offered 50mm travel, air suspension and oil damping.
Only one year later, with the support of the first downhill world champion, RockShox test rider and later company spokesman Greg Herbold and Dia-Compe, the series production of the RS-1 began. It became a million success! This fork came off the production line in 1990 with the same logo as riders know and love today.
Famous bicycle manufacturers like Specialized started to equip complete bikes like the Stumpjumper with RockShox suspension forks.
Other MTB suspension component manufacturers were still in their childhood stages and RockShox already presented another milestone to the crowd, the Judy with up to 80mm travel. She polarized and at the same time gave the MTB scene a face in which she conveyed freedom and expression.
Since then, the developers have continued to introduce innovations such as the first series-produced rear shocks or carbon fork parts via the BlackBox technology program.
Thanks to technologies such as Debon Air suspension or Charger 2.1 damping, the current forks are technically state-of-the-art - but the creedo of RockShox developers - You can do it - has remained the same until today.
RockShox is a part of the SRAM family which creates a perfect and high-quality symbiosis with SRAM shifting components, drivetrain parts and Truvativ cockpit parts.
Exceptional athletes like XC Profi Nino Schurter also rely on RockShox suspension components.
The 26, 27.5 (650B) and 29 inch comprehensive fork portfolio leaves nothing to be desired. Starting with the super light SID (100-120mm) for Cross Country Race, over the affordable models Recon and Reba up to Bluto for Fatbikes. For all mountain conquerors RockShox has the Pike (120-160mm) and for hardcore endurists the Lyrik (150-180mm). Downhillers will find their luck in the apparently indestructible BoXXer Dual Crown suspension fork with 200mm travel and 20x110mm Boost thru axle.
For better orientation the premium forks of the Signature Series (SID, Pike, Lyrik, Boxxer) as well as the RockShox dampers Deluxe and Super Deluxe got new names. The high-end suspension elements are summarized under the name "Ultimate". Below there are the models of the Select+ and Select category.
Ground control is everything, so it is hardly surprising that RockShox also offers rear shocks to match the forks, such as the Deluxe and Super Deluxe trail shock series, the Monarch for cross country use and the Vivid models for hard gravity disciplines.
The suspension components are complemented by the RockShox Reverb dropper seatpost with up to 170mm travel and handlebar remote control, which is also available in the BIKE24 online shop.
Well lubricated is halfway there - for maintenance RockShox offers the legendary "butter" grease and specific fork oils.