SID World Cup has one focus - winning XC performance. The chassis and internals have been specifically engineered for 100 millimeters of travel. No compromises. SID now features our highly acclaimed Charger Damper (TM) , optimized for the hard-pedaling needs of dedicated competitors. Torque Caps provide incredibly accurate steering. SID is highly tunable. It's lightweight. It has no excuses. Because winning is everything. Features New SID is solely focused on XC All-new SID chassis drops weight and adds stiffness Charger Damper (TM) with Rebound, Lockout and low-speed compression adjustment Carbon-fiber Crown Steerer Unit - light and stiff XC-tuned Charger Damper (TM) - RockShox's highest performance damper More tuning options with dedicated 100mm Solo Air (TM) spring Factory tuned Dig Valve - mid-stroke support Weight-saving knocked-out magnesium dropouts Tool-free brake hose guide Maxle Stealth OneLoc remote compatible Travel: 100mm Steerer: Tapered Carbon Axle: 15x100mm, Boost 15x110mm Damper adjust: Crown, Remote (included) Spring: Solo Air Maximum Rotor Size: 200mm Weight: 1390g.
|Sid World Cup Forks Specification|
|Size||1 1/8", 100mm|
|Retailer||Chain Reaction Cycles|
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Rigid and suspension forks for road, MTB and cyclocross riding. Forks essentially help connect your front wheel to your handlebar, via your stem, enabling you to navigate corners. The majority are manufactured from alloy and carbon, although a few steel models also exist. My forks section caters for everything from lightweight stiff carbon forks to heavy duty downhill MTB suspension forks.
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RockShox are one of mountain biking's most iconic brands, primarily known for suspension forks and rear shocks, but in recent years releasing suspension seatpost and dropper posts too. Founded in 1989 in the boom of the mountain biking scene, their first fork was the RS-1, which was followed throughout the nineties with the RockShox Mag, Quadra, Judy and Indy ranges. This success continued in 1998 with the lightweight SID models, and the heavy duty downhill Boxxer ranges. Due to competition from Fox, Marzocchi, RST and Manitou, sales slowed, and the company was taken over by SRAM in 2002, and has since thrived, with the Reverb Dropper post a common sight on mountain bikes worldwide.
To read more on their history, please visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RockShox or view their current ranges on the official website.
This product is for sale at Chain Reaction Cycles, one of the largest online cycle shops in the world. Opening in 1985, and starting off as a small independent bike shop in Ballynure, it moved to Ballyclare in 1989 and is now based in Doagh (all in Northern Ireland)... For more details on CRC, visit my Chain Reaction Cycles section.