Ride it and try it. X-Fusion has launched a program that let's US-based riders try out their products for up to 30 days.

—sspomer
PRESS RELEASE

​X-Fusion USA Offers 30-Day Ride-and-Try Program 5

X-Fusion USA is pleased to announce today a special program with an unprecedented return policy. X-Fusion is offering a 30-day trial period, where if a customer isn’t completely satisfied with his or her X-Fusion product, they can return it for a full refund…no questions asked.

“The goal of the program is to get more riders to experience the quality and performance of X-Fusion suspension products,” says X-Fusion Marketing Manager Clarke Dolton. “We feel offering them a no-risk program like this will ensure that they will be 100% confident in the X-Fusion product and brand they purchase.”

The program begins today and all purchases must be made by May 1, 2017. Only products purchased during the period will be eligible for return.

Details:

  • Valid between December 1, 2016 and May 1, 2017
  • Product must be purchased at an authorized X-Fusion reseller by May 1, 2017
  • Products include forks, shocks, and new Manic seat post
  • 30-day period as determined by invoice date or consumer receipt
  • Allow 5-7 days for return of funds; refunds exclude return shipping costs
  • Damaged product will not be valid for returns
  • Product must be returned in original packaging
  • Offer valid only in the US

For more information, contact X-Fusion USA or usinfo@xfusionshox.com


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5 comments
  • chrisingrassia

    12/2/2016 4:57 PM

    Great!!! Send me a Revel fork to try for 30 days then.

    .......oh yeah. Idiots.

  • Daniel_Layton

    12/2/2016 5:10 PM

    I am thick and don't understand your comment. Please explain

  • ben@nbxbikes

    12/3/2016 7:34 AM

    The revel has been discontinued because of some machanical flaws in its inverted design.

  • Daniel_Layton

    12/5/2016 8:40 AM

    Ahh. thanks for the info

  • chrisingrassia

    12/5/2016 8:47 AM

    Discontinued would imply that it existed at some point. It didn't. They brought it to and advertised it at trade shows for like 4 straight years, gave it shiny gold paint and stickers, and then never released it.