RockShox Pike Select 29in Boost Fork

RockShox Pike Select 29in Boost Fork
RockShox Pike Select 29in Boost Fork
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Pike Select 29in Boost Fork by RockShox
While it may lack the wider adjustment range of the Pike Ultimate, the Pike Select takes advantage of the smooth, supportive feel of the DebonAir spring along with the simplicity and reliability of the Charger RC damper with its easily-adjustable settings. Honestly, many of us here at the office prefer the simplicity of just one rebound and one compression adjustment, versus having to tune four or five different adjustments before we can hit the trail. Inside the fork, you'll find the new Maxima Plush fluid that helps reduce friction, silence damper noise, and keep things running smoothly ride after ride.

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SKU: RSXB04P
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