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I have spent most of this year chopping and changing bikes and being very, very hard on wheels. One thing that has stayed steady, though, is my choice of fork.

RockShox Lyrik Ultimate

I’ve been lucky enough to ride quite a few top-end forks over the past year or so from a lot of big brands – Fox, MRP, RockShox and X-Fusion to name a few. Bar a couple of exceptions they’ve all been good, but for me there’s one that has always stood out and that I’ve always just ‘got on’ with – the RockShox Lyrik, and in particular the new Lyrik Ultimate.

For me, a good fork can basically make or break or ride. It’s the difference between the best ride ever and a couple of hours of terrifying frustration. It’s the first thing that gets smashed into rocks and roots and ensures that you get around that near vertical tyre width rut of a turn. Having a good fork, one that you can trust and have faith that it will do its job and deliver the goods rather than being a noodly bendy one that wants to give up its travel and help fund your dentist’s next Yeti, makes all the difference.

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