RockShox was founded by Paul Turner and Steve Simons in 1989 and revolutionized mountain bikes with the introduction of the RS-1 suspension fork. Component manufacturer SRAM took over RockShox in 2002. Throughout the company's history, RockShox has developed category-leading products in an increasingly competitive market.
RockShox produces forks and shocks for everything from cross country to downhill riding at every price point. In addition to front and rear suspension, RockShox also developed the Reverb adjustable-height seatpost; the first dropper post to earn a five star rating from our testers.
BikeRadar's RockShox page brings you all the latest news and reviews of RockShox products, including the Reba RLT fork, Monarch Plus RC3 rear shock and the company's E.I. shock electronic suspension innovation.