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Bomber Air

Regular price $479.00

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The Bomber Air - offered in a huge range of sizes, with a large volume offset shock reservoir - trail ready, DH rated, easy-to-use, bomber as ever.

Features

Asymmetric reservoir position for improved compression lever ergonomics and versatile frame fitment

Air valve location offers improved frame clearance and pump access

Easy to adjust for all rider weights and riding styles

DH-rated shock pairs well with all Marzocchi forks, from DJ to Z2 to 58

2-position, non-indexed compression sweep adjust means you can set it and forget it

Innovative tunable sweep to adjust the stop to a narrower window

Comes in metric and trunnion configurations

Compatible with FOX bearing mounts on both ends (excluding trunnion)

Has travel reducing spacers like most modern shocks

Unique air volume spacers, available in 0.1 C.I. increments

40 to 75 mm stroke

Trunnion and standard eyelet options

Adjustable compression and rebound

All adjusters are tool-free

Compatible with FOX bearing mounts on both ends (excluding trunnion) 

484 grams (205x65)

Metric sizes: 190x45, 210x50, 210x52.5, 210x55, 230x57.5, 230x60, 230x65, 250x75

Trunnion sizes: 185x52.5, 185x55, 205x60, 205x62.5, 225x75

Bomber Air Owner's Manual

Bomber Air Volume Spacer Information

Warranty

At Marzocchi, we take pride in the products we build and care about your product working the way that we designed them to work.If you’ve purchased a Marzocchi product we’ll do our best to find you a solution through our warranty program. Our warranty policy covers all manufacturing defects for the original owner. Marzocchi products are designed and engineered to withstand some of the harshest riding conditions. That being said, these products have a lifetime and will deteriorate over time and may require service to maximize its performance and functionality. Your Marzocchi Warranty Technician will evaluate the failed product and consider factors such as age, riding hours, intended use of product and use environment when determining a warranty claim. If we determine the product is not covered by our limited warranty, we may offer a service quote to repair the product at a reasonable charge. For full warranty information, please click here.

How to Buy the Right Shock

Buying a shock doesn't have to be confusing. Follow these steps to find the right one:

1. Determine if you need Trunnion or Standard Eyelets.

Shocks are bolted to the frame using one of two methods – eyelet mounts or trunnion mounts. Eyelet mounts run a bolt through the ends of the shock, whereas Trunnion shock have bolts that thread into the shock at the reservoir end. To determine which type you need for your bike, look up your bike model on the manufacturer website – the shock will either have the word ‘Trunnion’ listed beside the shock measurement or not. If it doesn’t say Trunnion, your shock uses standard eyelet mounts.

2. Find your Eye to Eye and Stroke measurements.

These two measurements are essential to buying the right shock. Both numbers can be found on your bike manufacturers website. Find where the specifications for your bike are listed and look at the row for Rear Shock. Beside the Brand and model, the manufacturer will list two numbers: the first one is the eye-to-eye and the second is the stroke length.

Metric example: 205 (eye-to-eye) x 65 (stroke)
Imperial example: 7.875" (eye-to-eye) x 3" (stroke)

If your bike is more than three years old, the manufacturer may not list the shock measurements on the model page. If not, use a Vernier Caliper to measure from the center of the top of the shock to the bottom eye – that’s your eye-to-eye. Second, measure from where the stanchion goes into the body to the bottom of the stanchion. That’s your stroke length.

3. Gather Mounting Hardware.

Mounting hardware is the collection of spacers you need to ensure the shock you buy fits your bike. If you’re replacing the shock that is currently on your bike, you can remove the hardware from that shock and press it into your new Bomber CR. If you don’t have the tools to make that switch, you can buy mounting hardware here.

Mounting hardware is dictated by your bike manufacturer. You can usually find it in the Owners Manual, but sometimes it can be tricky to find. If you need help determining what type you have, our friends at FOX created this helpful guide.

4. Add a spring.

If you’re buying a Bomber CR coil shock, you’re going to need a coil spring as well. Use the calculator when you add your shock to cart to determine which spring will suit your weight and bike the best.

5. Get Sendy!

You’re now ready to go. If you have any questions at all, reach out to our Rider Support team and they will help you figure it out.

 

40 to 75 mm stroke

Trunnion and standard eyelet options

Adjustable compression and rebound

All adjusters are tool-free

Compatible with FOX bearing mounts on both ends (excluding trunnion) 

484 grams (205x65)

Metric sizes: 190x45, 210x50, 210x52.5, 210x55, 230x57.5, 230x60, 230x65, 250x75

Trunnion sizes: 185x52.5, 185x55, 205x60, 205x62.5, 225x75

Bomber Air Owner's Manual

Bomber Air Volume Spacer Information

Warranty

At Marzocchi, we take pride in the products we build and care about your product working the way that we designed them to work.If you’ve purchased a Marzocchi product we’ll do our best to find you a solution through our warranty program. Our warranty policy covers all manufacturing defects for the original owner. Marzocchi products are designed and engineered to withstand some of the harshest riding conditions. That being said, these products have a lifetime and will deteriorate over time and may require service to maximize its performance and functionality. Your Marzocchi Warranty Technician will evaluate the failed product and consider factors such as age, riding hours, intended use of product and use environment when determining a warranty claim. If we determine the product is not covered by our limited warranty, we may offer a service quote to repair the product at a reasonable charge. For full warranty information, please click here.

How to Buy the Right Shock

Buying a shock doesn't have to be confusing. Follow these steps to find the right one:

1. Determine if you need Trunnion or Standard Eyelets.

Shocks are bolted to the frame using one of two methods – eyelet mounts or trunnion mounts. Eyelet mounts run a bolt through the ends of the shock, whereas Trunnion shock have bolts that thread into the shock at the reservoir end. To determine which type you need for your bike, look up your bike model on the manufacturer website – the shock will either have the word ‘Trunnion’ listed beside the shock measurement or not. If it doesn’t say Trunnion, your shock uses standard eyelet mounts.

2. Find your Eye to Eye and Stroke measurements.

These two measurements are essential to buying the right shock. Both numbers can be found on your bike manufacturers website. Find where the specifications for your bike are listed and look at the row for Rear Shock. Beside the Brand and model, the manufacturer will list two numbers: the first one is the eye-to-eye and the second is the stroke length.

Metric example: 205 (eye-to-eye) x 65 (stroke)
Imperial example: 7.875" (eye-to-eye) x 3" (stroke)

If your bike is more than three years old, the manufacturer may not list the shock measurements on the model page. If not, use a Vernier Caliper to measure from the center of the top of the shock to the bottom eye – that’s your eye-to-eye. Second, measure from where the stanchion goes into the body to the bottom of the stanchion. That’s your stroke length.

3. Gather Mounting Hardware.

Mounting hardware is the collection of spacers you need to ensure the shock you buy fits your bike. If you’re replacing the shock that is currently on your bike, you can remove the hardware from that shock and press it into your new Bomber CR. If you don’t have the tools to make that switch, you can buy mounting hardware here.

Mounting hardware is dictated by your bike manufacturer. You can usually find it in the Owners Manual, but sometimes it can be tricky to find. If you need help determining what type you have, our friends at FOX created this helpful guide.

4. Add a spring.

If you’re buying a Bomber CR coil shock, you’re going to need a coil spring as well. Use the calculator when you add your shock to cart to determine which spring will suit your weight and bike the best.

5. Get Sendy!

You’re now ready to go. If you have any questions at all, reach out to our Rider Support team and they will help you figure it out.

 

Big Rezi, Big Performance

The asymmetrical, large volume shock rezi increases oil flow and volume for consistent performance on even the longest descents and biggest hits so you can send it with confidence. 

Big Attitude, Even on Little Bikes

This DH-rated shock is available in a huge range of sizes, from little dirt jump and short-travel trail bikes all the way up to Rampage-ready DH steeds. Our shock internals, unique to Marzocchi, combine zesty and confidence-inspiring ride characteristics with our proven bomber durability. 

Righty Tighty, Lefty Loosey

Intuitive, compression sweep adjustment allows for easy on-the-fly tuning, just like our forks. Plus, an easy-to-use external rebound adjustment.

Testimonials

As someone who isn't very versed in suspension tuning, it's really refreshing to have a shock that's so simplistic and easy to adjust.

Jaxson Riddle

As someone who has a tendency to count clicks and adjust my suspension on a regular basis, the Bomber air fits perfectly among my fleet of bikes. It keeps my suspension tuning to my own feeling, which is what matters most to me.

Brage Vestavik

For riders looking to upgrade their rear shock while keeping a budget in mind, the Bomber Air offers an easily tunable platform and dependable performance.

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