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Fox Live Valve

Several brands have dabbled with active dampers, but have never fulfilled its promise. Now Fox has thrown its hat in the ring with Fox Live Valve.

fox 36

The Fox 36 has always been the enduro fork to beat. And 2019 sees some major changes to the FIT damper design that’s guaranteed to keep it that way.

£1,139.00
Score 9

ohlins rxf 36

Taken together, Ohlins claims that the Ohlins RXF 36 suspension fork chassis is stiffer than the equivalent RockShox Lyrik or Fox 36.

£980.00
Score 8

rockshox yari rc 140

Easier to set up than the Pike, with its 35mm stanchions and deeper crown, the RockShox Yari RC 140 is stiff, but it is carrying a bit of extra weight.

£634.00
Score 8

ohlons rxf 34

The Öhlins RXF 34 is a quality fork from Öhlins with adjustable spring progression. But its weight and damping make it less suitable for lighter riders.

£850.00
Score 8

This is an excellent 160mm fork for the money — stiff, reasonably light and you couldn’t set it up badly if you tried.

£550.00
Score 9

The RXF 34 is Öhlins’s first mountain bike fork. Yes, the Swedish suspension specialist has had retrofit damper cartridges for Fox 40s before, and keen eyes may have spotted its…

USA-based suspension brand DVO (Developed Suspension) offers a range of three products — the Emerald dual-crown fork, the Jade coil shock and a 160mm travel single-crown fork called the Diamond. >>>…

£799.00
Score 8

RockShox Pike RCT3 29 is a stiff fork with plenty of travel options and setting it up is child's play

£793.00
Score 9

If you want the best performing mid-travel trail fork in either 27.5 or 29in wheelsize, the Fox Float 34 factory series is definitely the one we’d recommend.

£749.00
Score 10

Marzocchi’s 350CR is a 160mm-travel, 27.5in enduro/all-mountain fork designed to rival the performance of the RockShox Pike and Fox 36 — but at a cheaper price.

£569.95
Score 7