- Mojo – no longer responsible for Fox
Presumably (as there has been no announcement) this is more likely a ‘fox part on a bike broke so your warranty is with the bike manufacturer (or shop in reality) not us’ kind of situation?
That would be my guess, it always looked like fox and mojo had a strong relationship, there would have to be a compelling reason to break it. Mind you sometimes strange decisions are made in business.
Fox brought the German distribution and service “in house” a couple of years ago, maybe that is part of their business plan.Posted 1 year ago
Are Fox gonna open a UK office then, or switch to another distributor?
Hope there’s no jobs at risk anyways.
Thought I may as well snag an X2 at them prices, was gonna get a new shock anyway and if it doesn’t work good on my bike I shouldn’t lose much selling it on.Posted 1 year agomilky1980Member
That’s a proper blow if Fox have just dumped them 😯
Fox=Mojo in the UK, the two are so intertwined it’ll take a lot to unpick the connections. Wonder what that means for the Mojo/Fox demo setup at BPW, unless they’ve nicked the distribution?
Presumably Mojo will still exist as a suspension specialist, just more in the mould of TF Tuned who I suspect won’t be delighted about this development.
Hope they do, I’ll be chucking my Rockshox and Cane Creek stuff their way too if it is the case. No problems with TFTuned but having Mojo 20 mins down the road is very handy.Posted 1 year ago
Well it looks like I’ll be drilling a hole for an internal dropper this week!
The probably got binned off after Fox saw Chris Porter’s saddle angle
mikewsmith – Member
and customers asking for “where’s best (cheapest) for ____” means they will be looking to trim costs to compete with RS/SRAM
Not really, Fox always try to position themselves above RS in terms of being a more ‘premium’ productPosted 1 year ago
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