Fork Juice is where it all started for Juice Lubes and since releasing the product in 2009 they have sold tens of thousands of units to happy and now stiction- free riders, all over the world. It’s been much imitated since but is still the original and the best. Fork Juice suspension lube is a quick, easy, great value prevention or cure for stiction related suspension problems. It’s used by riders, racers and weekend warriors alike for all or any of the following:
- Improving small bump sensitivity. By reducing the friction between stanchion and seals less input force is required to overcome the initial inertia and start the suspension moving through its stroke. What this means for your arms and hands is a smoother bar feel as small bumps that weren’t previously large enough to get the suspension moving now result in very small suspension movement. So it’s the suspension absorbing these little hits and not you! Check out the fork juice video on this page to see our little demonstration of this.
- Eliminating the negative effects of tight seals on new forks while they are still bedding in - so you get better performance straight out of the box.
- As a race prep to keep your steed running smoother and faster during your run.
- General good maintenance - as the single most expensive component on your bike, it makes sense to lubricate your suspension. After all, you wouldn’t ride without applying lube to your chain would you? Using Fork Juice reduces the chances of crud sticking to the stanchion in the first place which means less chance of scratching them and less muck in the internals, so you get better performance for longer!
We are not saying it’s a replacement for a full strip down, service, new internals and rebuild; but then we are not asking you to hand over £80 either.
Application is simple - wipe any residual dirt or grease off the stanchions and shock shaft and then make sure you cover up your brake disks and pads because it will make them forking slippery too!
Re-apply as required by frequency of riding, distance covered, terrain and conditions.