Spinner Aeris 2006 Front Shocks

DESCRIPTION

  • 80mm Travel
  • Titanium Crown
  • Spul Valve Damping System
  • 28.6mm scandium stanchions and steerer
  • One-piece magnesium lower with cutout Window

USER REVIEWS

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[Nov 10, 2008]
jim
Cross Country Rider

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Very light, stiff, sufficient adjustment controls for crossover applications

Weakness:

None

I use this fork for the daily commute and have done over 1000kms on it in 6 months ... its light and reliable and easy to adjust for the occasional XC ... no worries

[Jan 29, 2006]
Evan
Racer

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Lightest fork I have ridden.
Rigid and robust compared to other lightweight forks.
Spul valve eliminates the need for lockout and works!

Weakness:

N/A.

Best 80mm XC race fork available today. Light, relatively rigid and does its job under all conditions. Very simple and user friendly to maintain. Easy to change damping, ride height and rate to meet individuals needs.

Similar Products Used:

Sid Team/WC.
Manitou Skareb Platinum.

[Jan 17, 2006]
scott
Racer

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Super light( 1250 gm w/7"steerer). SPUL valve stable platform really works,very little flex for a fork this light.

Weakness:

For XC and XC race, this is THE fork.
Dirt jumpers and DH pilots look elsewhere.

The Ultimate race fork,The weight and the SPUL valves "NO BOB" translates into SPEED. It opens up and soaks up the bumps when you need it.
If [Ti] [Sc] and [Mg] get you excited, this fork is a metalurical work of art.

Similar Products Used:

Rock Shox SID race, Marzocchi Marathon

[Apr 24, 2006]
clint
Racer

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

lightest fork out there, beautiful, no bob

Weakness:

available without v brake bosses?

This fork is beautiful, lightest on the market, performs wonderfully, money well spent if you want lightweight for racing, not sure if I would recommend it for uses other than racing, although I love it and have been riding it somewhat aggro and it seems to do very well. Extremely happy with it

[Feb 08, 2006]
WuJJ
Racer

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

SUPERLIGHT!
Easy to setup
Reliable and low maintenance
Pedals incredibily well, no lockout needed
More rigid than the SID

Weakness:

Not the cheapest or plushest, but if you want the lightest XC race fork that barely bobs, this is it.

For its intended purpose, the Aeris is probably the best XC racing fork on the market. Its lightweight and Spul valve damping makes it a great fork if you enjoy climbing fast. I've had mine for over half a year now, and no issues have come up.

Similar Products Used:

RS SID
Fox F80X

[Sep 06, 2006]
clint
Racer

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

OK, so now i have used this thing all summer, raced, rode pretty aggro, and my first posting stands: this fork rocks, nuff said. Lightwieght, the best.

rock and roll

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