Javascript Menu by Deluxe-Menu.com
4/29/2014

Marzocchi 350. 650B becomes the Enduro standard

The wheel game is still playing and 29” looks like to become the standard on XC and trail bikes, 26” in DH and the 650B is the perfect size for enduro.

The advantages of a bigger wheel are clear but the need of travel performed by the suspensions and the frame designs that must be available in all sizes are defining the rules.

Marzocchi is ready to approach the market trend and is now introducing the brand new 350 fork.

Especially designed for all the enduro lovers this new masterpiece is inspired by the legendary Z1 and the super performing 55 in order to become from day one the reference for the market and reach the heart of the riders.

Completely redesigned from top to bottom in order to increase the stiffness and reduce the weight. 1,9 kg is the reached target of the top of the range NCR model, thanks to the accurate and smooth design of the lowers reducing by 100 grams this component compared to the 26” 55, cutting off 25 more grams from the new 15mm QR axle and finally 70 more grams have been taken off from the crown thanks to the hollow design.

The 35 mm stanchions tubes comes with gold race coating (NCR model) and the performed travel for all models goes from 140 to 160 mm and can be selected by the rider with spacers.

Three are the damping technologies available, starting from the top performing NCR, based on the LCR cartridge, is the ideal combination between motorcycle technology and enduro competition needs.

Tuning the low speed rebound the R cartridge ensures a constant riding control increasing the feel of confidence with the bike and the trail.

Marzocchi did it again! Do you want to ride one too? Click here and see the new 350 CR!

NEWS

Bike-Cover_2.jpg
55 RC3 Titanium on the cover; inside an article on 2011 hot news
Brumotti 5_2.jpg
On May 18 2010, Victor, in collaboration with a staff of about 25 people (cameramen, mountain climbers, photographers, assistants, etc.) made our way back to set the Guinness World Record for the most consecutive bicycle back-wheel pogo hops with 71 rear wheel hops with security in place and 21 jumps without at 143 meters high!
Velo-Tout-Terrain-1_2.jpg
44 carbon prototype and 2011 Corsa Superleggera on the french magazine
20100528-Chausson-stickers_2.jpg
Anne Caroline Chausson special stickers on Marzocchi suspension
2011-UMF-Slope-Prototype_2.jpg
At the 2010th DirtMaster´s Festival in Winterberg, UMF will introduce it’s new 2011th UMF Slope-Model.
News 46-50 / 105
Go to first pageGo to first page FirstGo to previous page Previous  Next Go to next page Last Go to last pageGo to last page