Fox released its new top-end cross-country fork, the 32 Step-Cast, prior to the Sea Otter Classic. However, the suspension company still had a few key items to unveil at the California show.
Performance series gets new looks, new lever
The FIT Grip compression adjuster and stealthy stanchions
Fox has revamped its Performance fork series. This second-tier offering lacks the shiny gold Kashima coating found on the Factory-level forks, but packs nearly as much performance in a more affordable package. For 2017, Fox has moved to a stealthy black anodizing on Performance series forks and shocks.
The company has also simplified compression adjustments by replacing the FIT4 adjuster — which offers riders the ability to fine-tune low-speed compression damping in the open position, as well quickly switch to firm and locked-out positions — with a single dial that goes from open to firm.
New forks for motorized riders
X2 and DHX2 shocks get ‘climb switches’ (finally)
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