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The latest model from legendary Swedish suspension brand Öhlins is this 34mm stanchioned RXF fork. It’s the lightest and most expensive fork in our comparative test against the Fox 34…

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Suntour Durolux 36 EQ RC2

SR Suntour might not be the first name that comes to mind when looking to upgrade your enduro fork, but the Durolux proves that it can compete with the best…

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Marzocchi Bomber Z2 Rail

Legendary Italian suspension firm Marzocchi, pretty much built its entire reputation on simplicity, plushness and durability. It came into the same ownership structure as Fox a few years ago though,…

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RockShox Pike Ultimate

RockShox’s ambitious new changes for 2023 sees the brand update and redevelop every single aspect of its forks from Zeb to Pike, so it’s like ground zero for this popular…

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Fox 34 Float Factory GRIP2

Installed in a chassis redesigned last year for extra stiffness and other benefits, Fox’s latest Float 34 fork has a damper and air spring that’s been tuned and updated for…

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SR Suntour Axon Werx fork

SR Suntour has been striving hard to dispense with the image of a brand mostly found on entry-level hardtails. Employing a considerable roster of high profile riders, including Olympic gold…

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RockShox Zeb Ultimate

Look around enduro and e-bikes and it’s clear this RockShox Zeb Ultimate competes directly with Fox 38 to be the best longer-travel fork on the market.

Score 9

Marzocchi Bomber Z1

The Marzocchi Bomber Z1 uses technology from parent company Fox to offer quality damping and construction with less adjustability for a lower price.

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Öhlins RXF 38 M.2

The Öhlins RXF 38 M.2 shares features and internals with the fork Loic Bruni has won World Championships on, but does this race pedigree stack up for us?

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Fox Float 38 Performance Elite

It’s a fast-changing market, but for now at least, the Fox Float 38 Performance Elite is our new performance benchmark. It comes at a cost though,

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DVO Onyx SC D1

Boutique US brand DVO offers a couple of longer-travel forks, with this 170mm travel DVO Onyx SC D1 being its beefiest single crown.

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RockShox Pike Ultimate

  Relaunched around a decade ago with a sealed Charger damper, stiff 35mm stanchions and an air-spring tuneable with volume spacers, RockShox’s Pike quickly became the go-to enduro fork. Enduro…

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Ohlins RFX 36 M2

Available with either an air or coil spring, this Ohlins RFX 36 M2 is Öhlins latest 36mm stanchioned fork. It uses a twin-tube TTX 18 damper.

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RockShox SID Ultimate

We've been ripping around on the new RockShox SID Ultimate fork and SIDluxe shock for a few months now fitted to a sexy Mondraker F-Podium.

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The Fox 36 is one of the longest serving forks on the market has had a huge overhaul for 2021 and is now totally different, in and out.

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