Custom Tuning included,(worth £85)
We offer a calculated tuning service – using endless data acquired from hours of testing and data logging, we can make calculated and informed decisions on what settings, re-valving and modifications are suitable for you. Your suspension will be thoroughly tested with our dyno facilities and tailored to you and your riding style.
- Travel Options: 160mm-180mm (27.5) / 150mm-170mm (29).
- Spring: Coil (Tempered Silicon-Chromium Steel).
- Damper: FIT GRIP - Low Speed Compression and Rebound.
- Axle: 15TA x 110.
- Upper Tube Finish: Black Anodizing 36mm
- Steerer Options: 1.5 Taper.
- Colour: Matte Black, Red and Ltd Edition White
- Offset: 44mm (27.5) and (29).
- Weight: Starting From 2525g
- New Graphics for 2024 models (may vary depending on stock levels)
Marzocchi BOMBER Z1
Here's what Marzocchi have to say:
Riders have been asking for it, Marzocchi heard the call and has proudly delivered. The new Z1 Coil builds on the legacy of the single crown fork that started the revolution way back in the ‘90s – the O.G. Bomber Z1 Coil. Starting with the stout and proven 36mm chassis of the modern day Bomber Z1, the new Z1 Coil retains the renowned Grip damper but swaps out the air spring assembly for the most advanced coil spring system Marzocchi has ever made. At the heart of this new coil system is an ultra-lightweight tempered silicon-chromium steel spring (available in 4 spring rates to suit a wide range of riders) coupled with a noise management system for near silent performance, an integrated air assist for progressivity and bottom out control, and an external preload adjuster to dial in sag and firmness off the top. Travel can easily be changed in 10mm increments from 150-180mm (depending on wheel size) via included reconfigurable internal spacers.
Note: The Z1 Coil comes with a medium coil installed. Different configurations must be purchased separately.
Pinned TV spent a day in the workshop showing what goes on prior to your items being shipped out.
|Clean and Lubricate||Every Ride|
|Inspect for scratches to stanchions, dents and other signs of wear||Every Ride|
|Check headset, axle and brake torque||Regularly|
|Lower Leg Service||Regularly|
|Full Service||Every 125hrs of use / 12 months whichever comes first.|