RockShox forks offer the ability to adjust how much the air spring ramps up using red colored volume spacers known as Bottomless Tokens. These Tokens add bottom out support and alter the ride height, which can be great for aggressive riders.
We rode multiple trails at the Whistler Bike Park with zero and five Bottomless Tokens installed in a 130mm travel 29-inch Pike RCT3 fork. This side-by-side video shows the impact they have on a fork's suspension performance. All other settings were kept consistent with the air pressure set to 80psi, 6-clicks of low-speed compression, and 13-clicks of rebound (clicks are from closed). The test rider weighs 175-pounds.
To learn more about Bottomless Tokens, how to install them, how many your RockShox fork will accept, and how to choose a number that's just right, be sure to watch our in-depth RockShox tuning feature. This video is an extended version of the videos you'll see there.
Visit www.rockshox.com for more details, and visit your local dealer to pick up some Tokens of your own. Happy tuning!