Marzocci forks

Marzocchi 44 Micro Switch TA 2015

Could the 44 help revive Marzocchi’s fortunes?

September 14th, 15 1 3,194 Categories: Forks

In all its glory

BOS Dizzy 29er fork

The Dizzy is BOS’s sole entry into the cross-country fork niche, but how did Barney get on with them?

August 9th, 15 0 2,559 Categories: Forks, Recommended

Fox 34

Fox 2016 Float 34 and Float DPS shock.

Not just a fork review but the rear shock too. How do they work together? Chipps finds out.

August 9th, 15 0 5,067 Categories: Forks, Rear Shocks

In all its glory

BOS Dizzy 120mm fork

Does BOS’s cross-country fork leave Barney spinning?

May 9th, 15 0 7,050 Categories: Forks, Recommended

Magura TS8 R drive side

Magura TS8 R DLO3 120mm 29er fork

Solid and beautifully made- but what about the bumps?

September 10th, 14 0 3,357 Categories: Forks

Lauf fork

Lauf Trail Racer 29 fork

A truly light, ugly-ducking of a fork. But is it a functional swan?

July 18th, 14 0 6,839 Categories: Forks


RockShox Pike RCT3 150 Solo Air 29in/27.5 fork

Go-to trail fork of the year?

January 3rd, 14 0 3,440 Categories: Forks, Recommended


Marzocchi 44 MicroTi 29in fork

Bombers? Own them!

September 18th, 13 0 2,620 Categories: Forks


Niner Carbon Rigid RDO Fork

A performance rigid fork,? Chipps checks out the carbon and Maxle’d RDO

August 8th, 13 0 2,061 Categories: Forks

X-Fusion Vengeance HLR (leaning a bit due to compression adjusters under the right hand leg!)

X-Fusion Vengeance HLR

Benji tests an all mountain fork from X-Fusion that promises a lot – but does it deliver?

February 16th, 12 0 8,207 Categories: Forks


Fox 36 Float 160 FIT RLC

Jonny’s verdict on 160mm of golden legged, vulpine air travel for big hitting duties..

August 20th, 10 19 18,413 Categories: Forks, Recommended

DT Swiss XMC100 - the crown and adjusters.

DT Swiss XMC100

This fork arrived too late for inclusion in Singletrack Mountain Bike Magazine issue 58’s XC fork group test. So here it is online as promised…

July 14th, 10 4 12,406 Categories: Forks, Recommended


Rock Shox Lyrik Solo Air

Standing in the queue for the bike-park gondola I compared my Solo Air to a triple-clamp fork on someone else’s late 90’s downhill bike. With 35mm stanchions the single crown Lyric made the other fork look weedy. To have a fork that is as strong as Popeye, literally bulging in the fork lowers to accommodate big bushings, while staying relatively light (2313g) is just fantastic.

June 1st, 09 6 12,106 Categories: Forks, Recommended


Magura Durin

Looking around at the number of dedicated XC forks you’d be forgiven for thinking fork manufacturers had decided that the market was dead and that we all need 160mm forks on all our bikes. Admittedly the need for 80mm forks isn’t what it was so it’s nice when someone, in this case Magura, comes along and makes one. And does a good job of it too.

May 29th, 09 8 6,357 Categories: Forks

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