Aaron Gwin, Greg Minnaar, and Gee Atherton on the New FOX Air 40 3

Watch as FOX's top riders discuss their roles in the development of the 2014 40 FLOAT RC2 – a fork that weighs just 5.98 pounds and also features a highly tunable air spring with an adjustable compression ratio and high- and low-speed compression and rebound damping. Current World Champion Greg Minnaar and World Cup Series Champion Aaron Gwin rode prototype versions of the current 40 design last season. Between the two of them, they won five of the seven World Cup downhill events. Rachel Atherton also won five World Cup races on the 40 and took the World Cup Series title. For more info, watch Vital's First Look feature on the 2014 FOX 40 AIR or visit www.ridefox.com/air40.

Credit: FOX / Root One Productions
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3 comments
  • limitedslip

    5/30/2013 9:14 PM

    Does the dyno recreate lateral and twisting loads or just the up and down ones?

  • der_geistmx

    5/28/2013 4:04 PM

    Did Specialize change anything in the 2013 Demos in order to accomodate the fox 40 lower crown withouth the issues from previoues models!? O_O

    Or howis Gwinn handling the lower crown hitting the frame!!??? Didnt see any external lowr cup in that frame..

  • der_geistmx

    5/28/2013 4:10 PM

    minute 5:23 I think I did catch sight of an external lower cup in Gwinns Demo...

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