RockShox Pike RCT3 29 Charger DebonAir 140 Boost Fork

RockShox Pike RCT3 29 Charger DebonAir 140 Boost Fork
RockShox Pike RCT3 29 Charger DebonAir 140 Boost Fork
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Pike RCT3 29 Charger DebonAir 140 Boost Fork by RockShox
The previous Pike was so stunningly capable, RockShox left it virtually unchanged over the past four seasons. However, the industry's push towards progression threatened to leave the Pike behind if the engineers at RockShox didn't improve upon its already capable chassis and damper. Seeing the need to remain relevant in an ever-changing marketplace with more options than ever, RockShox revamped the Pike RCT3 29 Charger DebonAir 140 Boost Fork with an increased range of low-speed compression tuning, a reconfigured Pedal mode for climbing competency, and 2. 8-inch tire clearance without sacrificing its stiff, supportive feel when you're plunging into steep, rock-strewn lines. At first glance, the new additions to the Pike RCT3 aren't immediately noticeable, which is a good thing if you prefer the sleek and stealth aesthetics found on past models of this fork. However, upon further examination, you'll find its lower legs are cut-out to reduce weight by approximately 20 grams while maintaining the legendary stiffness you've come to love from Pike forks. Since it's available in Boost spacing only, you'll not only reap the benefits of increased front wheel stiffness, but also find this fork works with the higher volume tires up to 2. 8-inches wide. Another update, the brake mounts only accommodate rotors in the range of 180 to 200 millimeters, seeing aggressive trail bikes now use larger rotors for increased stopping power. You'll be pleasantly surprised to find its new Charger 2 damper unit retains the Open, Pedal, and Firm settings of the previous model, but with a wider range of low-speed compression adjust in Open mode, as well as re-tuned damping in Pedal mode for better support on long climbs and smooth-buffed trails. Firm mode gets an update as well, allowing for compatibility with RockShox OneLoc remotes. This is helpful if you're a competitive racer using RockShox rear shocks, as you can lock out the front and rear simultaneously to gain efficiency while spr...

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