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    RockShox Ride Experience - Mountain Creek 6/30-7/1 and 7/7-8

    Is it time to upgrade your fork? Have you ever wanted to try out the latest and greatest? Researching parts for your new bike?

    RockShox is here to help!

    Please come out to the RockShox Ride Experience event at Mountain Creek on June 30-July 1 and July 7-8, 2012. This ride event is not the demo you’re used to: your trails, your bike, RockShox suspension.

    We are bringing forks and rear shocks to bolt onto YOUR bike. We'll be on site and ready to go by 8am and ask that you show up no later than 2pm. We'll have SID, Revelation, Lyrik, Totem and BoXXer as well as Monarch, Monarch Plus and Vivid product.

    Both consumers and shop employees are invited.

    IMPORTANT NOTE: website says we can't accommodate walk ups. WE CAN! Registration is NOT mandatory!

    If you see us trailside, please drop by to say hi!

    Questions? Post 'em up here or use mikeontheroad at SRAM dot com.
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    26" hardtail, 11/8 fork

    Can you handle a SID for my Independent Fabrication 26" hardtail? Old school? Maybe but I have never had anything that fits better than my custom steel. However, it's time to upgrade the 98' SID I'm still running.

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    As long as you have disc brakes... I don't have any forks with canti studs.

    mk

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    Yes, I have disc

    I'm not that retro. I have discs and tubeless.

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    Do discs have to be post mounted?

    I am running discs but they are not post mounted. Is that going to be a problem? In any case, I'm still interested in seeing new Rockshox products in person.

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    I have a lot of adapters, discs and spare wheels. I'll do my best to make something happen...

    mk

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    Thanks

    I'm sure we can work something out. My best case is if you have a 26" wheel with a 15 mm axle so I can try that with a 15 mm SID.

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