Fox is auctioning off eight forks ridden by the suspension manufacturer’s top riders to benefit injured athletes.
The Fox Orange Fork Auction gives mountain bikers the opportunity to win forks ridden by Aaron Gwin, Rachel Atherton, Thomas Genon, Brendan Fairclough, Brett Rheeder, Tom Van Steenbergen, Richie Rude and Logan Binggeli.
Rachel Atherton’s Fox 40 Courtesy
Bidding starts at 99 US cents with free worldwide shipping. The eBay auction for Aaron Gwin’s Fox 40 is now live.
The proceeds from these auctions will go to Road 2 Recovery, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives injured athletes. You can learn more about Road 2 Recovery and its mission here.
Each fork is signed by the athlete and is set-up as it was last ridden — compression, rebound and air pressure are all set to the rider’s preference.
EWS champ Richie Rude’s Fox 36 comes with a battle-tested patina Courtesy
The forks come with a custom wall display for collectors, but they are more than just eye candy. Each fork has been serviced by Fox race techs and comes with new Kashima-coated uppers and full-length steerer tubes.
Even if you’re not interested in bidding on a pro-ridden fork, it’s interesting to see how each of these athlete sets up his or her suspension Courtesy
Visit www.ridefox.com/orange for more information.