Ready to conquer every descent and every drop!
With the Domain RC Coil dual crown RockShox offers a capable and affordable fork for aggressive freeride bikes. The combination of the super plush Coil spring with the Motion Control IS damper, the stiff and stout 35 mm chassis and the PowerBulge Casting makes for a stiff and sturdy fork, ready to conquer the biggest features in the bike park and the gnarliest downhill tracks.
The coil spring is a simple, time-tested design with a smooth feel characterized by a linear spring curve. Two additional coils (soft/hard) are in delivery.
- Motion Control IS
All the small bump performance of Motion Control with the addition of high-speed compression control through an Integrated SpeedStack specifically designed for smoothing out the big hits seen by long travel forks. A crown-mounted low-speed compression knob lets you optimize the fork to eliminate brake diving and maximize efficiency with ease.
- Power Bulge
hen you need your forearms to be stronger for more control, you bulk them up in the gym. When you need more durability from your fork, bulk them up with our Power Bulge. Other companies just increase the stanchion size adding extra weight. Power Bulge simply reinforces the lower leg to allow for an oversized bushing, increasing stiffness and maximizing your ride. Plus, it's called Power Bulge.
- Bottomless Tokens
With the optional tokens (volume-spacer) the air volume of the fork can be reduced so the spring characteristic curve can be influenced. A smoother suspension with higher end-progression is achieved.
- Maxle Lite
Who obsesses over the weight of their wheel axles? It's ridiculous, right? It's just a rod of metal bolting the wheels to your bike. But then again, Maxle Lite is a nifty thru axle system that makes your bike both lighter and stiffer. And less weight makes it easier to get your bike to do what you want. Especially when you don't need to bring tools to remove it, front or rear. And that extra stiffness gives you the precision to hit your lines no matter how burly. So maybe that obsession isn't so ridiculous after all.