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Singletrack quotes 44 RC3 Titanium

How do they ride? It’s a real return to form for Marzocchi. The forks have many (good) aspects of the old, orange Bombers: super supple suspension action and simple to set up, only now with the benefits of a decent thru-axle and Post-mount brake.” “Overall: a return to the good old days for Marzocchi

44 RC3 Titanium
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MBAction praises our 44 RC3 Ti
A perfect match for the Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Expert EVO. Marzocchi 44 RC3 Ti offers the same RC3 open-bath system of the downhill 888 RC3 EVO Ti fork with a small weight increase compared to an air-sprung fork for the same application. By improving the confidence in descent at speed, 44 RC3 Ti is a recommended upgrade.
Kisse on the cover of Freeride magazine
Cheek out our Norwegian Team Rider Kisse on the cover of Freeride magazine. Kisse is one of the riders Sportpartner has supported for many years with Marzocchi and will be one of the top riders in Norway. He will also do most of the WC with the National Team this season.
Cover for Marzocchi forks on VTT
Photo by Ale Di Lullo. Marzocchi products on the February VTT cover.
Santa Cruz TallBoy
VTT test the new 29" Santa Cruz frame: "One of the VERY good surprises of the test is the behaviour of the Marzocchi 44 MICRO TI 29"
66 RC3 Titanium
As synonymous with Marzocchi, the fork is ridiculously supple in action
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