In this comparison, we go over the main differences within the Fox fork lineup. Offering some of the best suspension products on the market today, Fox has become the go to for world class champions like Aaron Gwin and Rachel Atherton. With options for all riders and skill levels, it is no surprise that Fox has become one of the most well know names in the industry.
The Fox 32 was designed to be the ultimate lightweight cross country fork. The chassis uses a narrow stance to save weight and the step design makes room for the spokes and brake rotor. The 32 SC features 32 mm upper tubes and ample bushing overlap for a quality ride and the hollowed out lower legs provide even more weight savings.
The Fox 34 offers more travel than the 32 to make it perfect for any all mountain bike. Now offered in a 15QRx110 boost configuration, the Factory Series 34 was designed with the aggressive trail rider in mind. Featuring a FIT4 damper, FLOAT air spring, and super lightweight chassis, the 34 provides proven trail performance that instills confidence and control.
As one of the most versatile forks on the market, the Fox 36 offers exceptional performance with minimal weight gain. Now featuring an EVOL air spring and updated upper tubes for unparalleled small bump sensitivity, the 36 is even smoother than before. The fork of choice for 2015 and 2016 EWS Champion Richie Rude, the 36 is the ultimate enduro fork and is guaranteed to handle anything thrown at it.
A legend on the race circuit, the Fox 40 has become known as one of the best performing downhill forks on the market. Since its introduction 10 years ago, Fox has continually found way to improve the forks design and performance. Offering a smooth and stable ride, this fork generates incredible confidence no matter how difficult the trail.
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