In this comparison, we break down the primary differences between the Rockshox Pike, Lyrik, and Yari forks. Although they all look similar, each has its own unique characteristics that can be fine-tuned to fit your riding style.
The Rockshox Pike is one of the most versatile forks on the market. From cross country bikes to long travel 29ers, the Pike can handle almost any kind of riding. Its industry redefining the asymmetric approach to chassis design delivers an unparalleled stiffness to travel to weight ratio that will have other engineers playing catch up for years. It is truly a "do it all" fork and has been proven time and time again.
The Rockshox Lyrik is made with the same internals as the Pike and designed to be the ultimate enduro fork. Offering three damper adjustments for open, platform, and locked riding allows the Lyrik to be easily adjusted with the flick of a switch. By combining trail bike weight with dual crown aggression, the Lyric is designed to inspire confidence throughout the trail.
Although it is designed to be a "trail fork," the Yari provides the same confidence inspiring stiffness offered by the Lyric but in lower travel configurations. Additionally, the refined Motion Control IS damper features Rapid Recovery rebound and its high-speed compression circuit is tuned to match the feeling of the Charger damper.