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Mountain Bike Reviews - Marzocchi Bomber CR Coil Shock 2019
Mountain Bike Reviews - Marzocchi Bomber CR Coil Shock 2019
Marzocchi Bomber CR Coil Shock

Last year Marzocchi launched their newly updated Bomber Z1 fork, offering riders the original Marzocchi style but brought up-to-date with some Fox internals. Top of their list was strength, reliability, and cost, with weight being less of a concern for them. The result was a stiff and responsive fork at a highly competitive price. Perhaps not surprisingly, Marzocchi decided to…

Mountain Bike Reviews - Marzocchi Bomber Z1 2018
Mountain Bike Reviews - Marzocchi Bomber Z1 2018
Marzocchi Bomber Z1

It's not every day we see a classic reborn. Having grown up riding bikes through the '90s there was nothing I wanted more than a DMR Trailstar with a set of Bomber Z1s. For me, at the time, there was nothing cooler and they represented something that was lacking at the time; a reliable and burly fork with a usable…

6 days ago

Sam says: VR Biking - Riding MTB in 3rd person is crazy! I try mountain biking in third person using virtual reality goggles with the…

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1 month ago

Sam Pilgrim out on the streets? It can only mean one thing - full speed stair gaps and heavy landings!

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2 months ago

Sam Pilgrim once again shows us that we really shouldn't be blaming our bikes for our lack of skills out on the trail! The free…

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2 months ago

Sam Pilgrim hitting big jumps on his enduro bike and the fastest MTB trail ever! Sam's final ride in the French Alps blew his mind,…

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3 months ago

Riding crazy downhill MTB trails - Chatel bike park in the French alps is fantastic and has so many incredible DH freeride trails, Sam Pilgrim…

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3 months ago

Insanely steep downhill MTB trails and a huge jump line in France! Sam Pilgrim shreds Morzine, The french mountain bike mecca, riding Pleney, super Morzine…

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3 months ago

Sam Pilgrim's new petrol-powered mountain bike is insane! Sending backflips, head to head racing and riding MTB trails full speed but how long will this…

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4 months ago

The free bike challenge is back with Part 22 and the Ultimate MTB freeride machine! Sam Pilgrim pushes the limits of this free full suspension…

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4 months ago

Check out Sam Pilgrim's new dream machine - The extreme MTB tricycle is back for more full speed drifts and stair rides! This has to…

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4 months ago

Insane MTB trail-shredding and sending jumps! Sam Pilgrim drives to Devon for a van life camping mission to ride mountain bike trails, hit the local…

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4 months ago

Huge jumps and full speed MTB trails! Sam Pilgrim rides the Bull Track Bike park and has the best time shredding the jumps and sending…

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5 months ago

Game of bike - Enduro MTB edition! Sam Pilgrim and Bernard Kerr battle it out with different riding challenges on their Enduro mountain bikes! But…

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Issue 63

We have bikes and components on test from Cube, Vitus, SRAM, Vecnum, Gloworm, Ravemen and Julbo this issue, see what the test team made of it all right here!

8 months ago
Issue 60

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1 year ago
Issue 59

From fast XC to super long enduro, we have a big range this month. Bikes from Pole, Cube, Ragley and Marin are tested along with Motion's crazy linkage fork, and kit from Leatt, Julbo, X-Fusion and Marzocchi.

1 year ago
Issue 58

Ewen Turner digs a little deeper into the funky new suspension technology coming from Naild and finds out who's behind it and how it's being incorporated into the mountain bike world and what that means for us.

2 years ago
Issue 53

Trail bikes feature this issue with playful and efficient bikes coming in from Rose and Cube showing that you can combine speed and confidence. We also get excited with brand new 2019 forks in the form of Fox 36s and the much anticipated return of Marzocchi Bombers!

2 years ago
Issue 41

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5 years ago
Issue 40

Will Simmons head to the tiny Principality of Andorra, nestled in the mountains between Spain and France and home of Commencal bikes. Andorra may be small, but the riding is huge!

5 years ago
Issue 38

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5 years ago
Issue 33

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6 years ago
Issue 27

More images with no particular place to call home this issue!

7 years ago
Issue 19

We catch up with Brook MacDonald after his incredible first World Cup win in Val d'Isere.

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Website: Instagram: Twitter: Youtube: Marzocchi was founded in 1949 and it is presently involved in the design and manufacturing of motor bike and mountain bike suspensions. The heritage of Italian motorsport is full of names like Ferrari, Lamborghini, Ducati, and most importantly Marzocchi. It was over 60 years ago, in 1949 to be exact when Stefano and Guglielmo Marzocchi founded Marzocchi Spa, which today produces the finest, best performing Mountain bike and Motor bike suspension products in the world. The two brothers began their career as designers at the prestigious Ducati company, but soon realized that building their own empire was the direction in which they wanted to go. After several successful years of designing and manufacturing complete motor bikes, the brothers decided that hydraulic suspension was to be the future of Marzocchi. In the late 50s Marzocchi became known as an OEM and aftermarket supplier for brands such as Ducati, BMW, Cagiva, KTM and Aprillia. Stefano and Guglielmo always placed strong emphasis on performance without compromise. Marzocchi products were, and still are known to be the best performing and best built suspension products in the worldwide. During the late 1980s, the mountain bike industry began to take off and Marzocchi responded. Consumers began asking for suspension on the front end of their mountain bikes. As a result, Marzocchi introduced its first prototype MTB suspension fork in 1989. As the market developed further, so did Marzocchi and in 1995 the Bomber had arrived. On September 1st 2008 Marzocchi Suspension become part of the Tenneco Inc. Group, with the name Tenneco Marzocchi s.r.l.. On November 2015 Fox took the MTB assets. Headquartered in Scotts Valley, CA, FOX designs and manufactures high-performance ride dynamics products primarily for bicycles, side-by-side vehicles, on-road and off-road vehicles and trucks, all-terrain vehicles, snowmobiles, specialty vehicles and applications, and motorcycles. For more than three decades, FOX's team of enthusiasts and professional athletes has been improving vehicle performance through a unique commitment to redefining ride dynamics. FOX is a registered trademark of Fox Factory, Inc. NASDAQ Global Select Market is a registered trademark of The NASDAQ OMX Group, Inc. All rights reserved. For decal and information requests please contact info@marzocchi.com Marzocchi was founded in 1949 and it is presently involved in the design and manufacturing of motor bike and mountain bike suspensions. On September 1st 2008 Marzocchi Suspension become part of the Tenneco Inc. Group, with the name Tenneco Marzocchi s.r.l.. On November 2015 Fox took the MTB assets. For over three decades, FOX has been an industry leader in the design and development of high performance shock absorbers and racing suspension products for snowmobiles, mountain bikes, motorcycles, ATVs, UTVs, off-road cars, trucks, and SUVs. 1949 Interest £££

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