FOX has finally unveiled its 2015 Range of Mountain Bike Suspension products and there have been some changes. A completely redesigned 36 Enduro fork headlines the lineup, along with updates to the rest of the range, featuring innovations from the 34 RAD project which ran during the 2013 race season.

FOX is celebrating its 40th anniversary since Bob Fox started redefining ride dynamics in the motocross world in 1974. Our entire fork lineup has received attention, with significant updates being made to the 32 and 34 models and a completely redesigned 36 series—some of the most exciting product offerings we’ve ever introduced! FOX will also be offering special edition stealth black forks and heritage graphic kits that will fit any FOX fork or

History of Fox
Since 1974 Fox has been redefining ride dynamics in motocross.

40 Years of Fox Philosophy: Developed in extreme environments with demanding athletes

In 1974, Bob set out on a quest to build better motocross suspension. His approach was to work with top athletes at the racetrack to help them improve.

Our current-day Racing Applications Development (RAD) program continues to work with athletes at the top of their game on some of the most demanding terrain around the world.

Several key developments from the RAD program have been used in the 2015 product line. New compression tunes, redesigned damper seals, and lubrication oil all add up to performance improvements.

The all new Fox 32 Float
The all new Fox 32 Float comes with features from the Fox RAD Program.
  • 32 & 34 forks have updated damping tunes for better small bump compliance and traction
  • 32 & 34 Factory models offer on-the-fly CTD damping adjustment and 7-click Trail mode fine tuning
  • 32 & 34 & 36 forks feature a redesigned seal head architecture that virtually eliminates breakaway force
  • 32, 34, 36, & 40 use an advanced lubrication oil that integrates Molybdenum from the Kashima Coat formula
  • Our Lightest 36 RC2 Fork Ever: Redesigned For 26, 27.5 and 29” Wheel Sizes

    To see the new Fox 36 in Action check the Santa Cruz Nomad Video.
    In Action! You can already see the new Fox 36 in the Santa Cruz Nomad Video.

    The model year 2015 36 offers rigidity and improved traction for all-mountain riding and enduro racing, in a new lighter chassis. Also of note is its updated geometry, new convertible thru-axle design that works both with 15mm and 20mm, purpose-built RC2 damper, and redesigned air spring system that equalizes rider weight for increased traction.

    15mm and 20mm Axel
    15mm and 20mm Axel
    Both Axels and the new 36
    Both Axle standards can be installed on the new Fox 36 Fork.
  • Lighter: half-pound weight savings over its predecessor (starting at 4.19lbs/1901g)
  • 36-specific RC2 damper: redesigned valve system provides better small bump compliance, reduced friction, better traction, and wider tuning range
  • Redesigned air spring system: equalizes rider weight for increased traction
  • Convertible thru-axle design: works with 15mm and 20mm axles
  • Special Edition Forks & Decals

    Heritage Fork & Shock Decal Kits

    Reminiscent to the first motocross decals these heritage graphics come in an array of colors.

    The Fox 36 comes with 160mm of travel
    The all new Fox 36 with the new Custom Decals – Looks sweet!
  • Works with any fork or shock regardless of model or year
  • Each set includes decals for FOX fork and FOX shock
  • Available in red, blue, white, green, and tennis ball yellow
  • Stealth FLOAT Forks

    The new 34 Float with the stealth paintjob
    The new 34 Float with the stealth paint job

    For a limited time, FOX is offering three blacked out FLOAT fork models with stealth black decals and black anodized knobs.

  • 32 29”/100mm CTD w/Trail Adjust
  • 34 27.5”/160mm CTD w/Trail Adjust
  • 40 26”/203mm RC2
  • Words & Pictures: Fox Racing

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