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Marzocchi, leaders in the freeride movement since the inception of the Z1 way back in ’97, have been forced to step it up for 2003. With legitimate competition coming to market in the form of Manitou’s Sherman and Fox’ Vanilla Forx, Marzocchi has completely revamped the Z1, Dirt Jumper, Jr, Super and Monster T lineup to keep pace. In true Italian style, they were serving espresso while showing off their 2003 goodies.
If you haven't figured it out yet, 2003 looks to be the year of XC full suspension technology, and Fox is leading the way. Geez, where do I start? For 2003 Fox has a whole whack-o-new-stuff with cute little acronyms. No new DH fork, but a ton of innovative stuff none-the-less. In addition to the new Vanilla DH rear shock, there’s AVA, TALAS and the F80X Terra Logic fork.
As you would expect, the Turner booth showcased some beauties aimed at the DH/freeride market. In Turner’s own words, “Our bikes are designed to last a long time. Turner bikes have to outlast everything, or I’m not happy”, and their second generation DHR does not stray from that philosophy.
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