- RockShox Totem Solo Air Suspension Fork with Maxle 2010
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Freeride's strongest-performing fork just got some serious upgrades.
Top Features of the RockShox Totem Solo Air Suspension Fork with Maxle 2010
- Travel: 180mm
- Weight: 2634g (5.80 lbs)
- Damping: Mission Control DH, Dual Flow
- Spring: Long Travel Solo Air
- Adjustments: External Beginning Stroke Rebound, High Speed Compression, Low Speed Compression, Preload
- Crown: Forged, AL 66 TV, Anodized Aluminum
- Steerer: Aluminum 1 1/8", 1.5", Tapered 1 1/8 - 1.5"
- Upper Tubes: 40mm, 7000 Series Straight Wall Aluminum, Low Friction Anodized
- Lowers: Magnesium, Maxle Lite 20mm Axle, Post Disc Mount
- Recommended Rear Shock: Vivid 5.1
- Maximum Rotor Size: 203mm
|Fork Material:||Aluminium Alloy|
|Wheel Size:||26" (559)|
|Dropout Size:||9mm QR|
With 180mm of travel on a 2-step, Solo Air or Coil spring, 1 1/8" or 1.5" or tapered steerer and huge 40mm upper tubes, the Totem is a battle axe that lets you charge into any terrain, from tyre-buzzing steeps to pucker-inducing drops. Updated damper valving and the new Maxle Lite makes this fork do something no other does - give you the confidence to commit.
About the RockShox brand
RockShox was one of the first producers of bicycle suspension forks and have now become the world leader in the design and manufacturing of high performance suspension products for the bicycle industry. In 1989 RockShox Inc. was founded by Paul Turner and Steve Simons. Rock Shox launched with 10 front suspension forks and three rear shocks, with the brand names such as Boxxer, Deluxe, Indy, Jett, Judy, Mag, Quadra, Ruby and SID. RockShox’s founder Paul Turner, raced motorcycles in his teen years during the 1970s and went on to found an aftermarket engine parts company in 1977 at the age of 18. Turner then went to work for Honda Motor Company, as their factory motocross team mechanic, an opportunity which provided Turner with experience working with the top racers in the field, as well as suspension designers and other motocross industry leaders. In Febuary 2002, RockShox was acquired by industry leader SRAM who hope to take the brand onto another level.
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