Good eye mate. The chainring is probably a power meter. They're getting popular since Danny Hart started using one. I couldn't quite make out the name on the fork crown. Is it Shugger like sweet or shagger for Gee?
I think that might be "Slugger" must be a pic of Marc Beaumont's fork.
"Slugger" for Marc I'd reckon.
looks like grease ports and lighter machined legs, another step in the right direction
Interesting! Hopefully Fox are ready to share some more details about the fork over the coming days...
v-brake boss mounting option.
There's one angle there where it looks like a lot of stanchion showing...like more than the usual travel...but it's probably just an illusion...
Saving my pennies already. I've been sold on air just waiting for fox to make the 40 in O2. Iceman, that last pic looks like that is more than usual stanchion showing. hmmm. likely just internet stoke making me see things.
there isn't any more travel, the crowns are just further up the stantions. forks look sweet though. thank god I got rid of my 2008's, they looked dated then they'd be worthless in a few months! haha
maybe that's why he crashed..
putting my forum geek hat on - I'd be inclined to agree with the full on Air fork angle, looking at the stickers.. "RA..."?
White lowers look way better than the 40's black . More reason that Fox stays on top of the suspension market.I always wondered why companies never put a drain plug into the bottom of there legs for fast easy oil changes.with the exception of Totum.
Fox 40 Air with speed lube ports!....Guess I can always dream.
They switched from IS to post mount. Yay.
RAC2? I bet so.
could they have increased the stanchion diameter? the fork looks FAT!
RAD(research and development).........
That looks like it has enough clearance for a 650B tire
Kinda of off topic, but do those little fenders actually do anything (the one on Greg's bike)?
Im always burping my Monsters,and shivers every couple of days riding,but those are open bath moto style. and my valve is at the top .