Fox announces limited edition 'stealth' forks

Three fork models with blacked-out graphics and black anodized knobs

Fox has announced the limited-edition release of three 'stealth' forks, all with black paint, black decals, and black anodized adjustment knobs and in the company's top-end Factory spec with Kashima-coated stanchions. Retail price is the same as the standard forks but interested parties should act fast because once they're gone, they're gone.

Fox will offer three of its flagship forks in a limited-edition 'stealth' color scheme: fox will offer three of its flagship forks in a limited-edition 'stealth' color scheme
Fox will offer three of its flagship forks in a limited-edition 'stealth' color scheme: fox will offer three of its flagship forks in a limited-edition 'stealth' color scheme

Love Fox forks but prefer to go incognito? Here's your chance

Available models, prices, and brief specs are as follows:

·       32 Float 29 100 FIT CTD w/Trail Adjust:

o   US$842.50

o   1.47-1.51kg (3.24-3.32lb)

o   1 1/8in straight or tapered 1 1/8-to-1 1/2in steerer tube; 15mm thru-axle or 9mm quick-release dropouts

·       34 Float 27.5 160 FIT CTD w/Trail Adjust

o   US$1,002.50

o   1.95kg (4.3lb)

o   tapered steerer and 15mm thru-axle only

·       40 Float 26 203 FIT RC2

o   US$1,700

o   2.71kg (5.98lb)

o   1 1/8in straight steerer and 20mm thru-axle only

Fox is insistent that this is truly a limited run despite the fact that the treatment essentially only consists of a few decals and knobs. We're hopeful nonetheless that this will eventually become a standard option. International pricing and availability is still to be announced.

"It really is just decals and knobs – and top caps so there’s no silver hiding under the knobs," said Fox global marketing and communications manager Mark Jordan. "But it’ll be limited to just these single runs of each model because it requires a lot more effort on our end to manage the parts. It's just a single run of them worldwide."

James Huang

Former Technical Editor, US
James was BikeRadar's US tech editor from 2007-2015.
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