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EXT Racing Shox

EXT forks and shocks

A Full suspension system, made in Italy...

EXT's rear dampers have become legendary among the best informed Mountain Bikers in the last few years...

STORIA V3 - The Storia V3 offers an upgrade path over any other damper! Here at Mojo we individually valve that damper to suit the rider and the bike. The Storia V3 has become the 'go to' option for the performance focussed rider!

ERA Fork - Last years launch of the ERA fork gave riders the possibility to by-pass the the big two and go 'Boutique' at the front end of the bike too... 

E-Storia - For this year we also have the world's first E-Bike specific damper (specifically designed rather than 'Ebike ready' sticker!). The E-Storia is an evolution of the Superb Storia V3 with specific features designed for the harder charging and bigger forces of the E-Bike world...

In Stock! ERA V2 fork - Last year's supply problems for Mountain Bike forks from the far East have given EXT the opportunity to use alternative supply lines and make some running changes to the Original ERA. There enough changes to warrant a V2 title! New axle and lowers with pinch bolt, new bushing design with slots to pump oil up past the lower and even upper bushings, new rubber HS3 spring guide to eliminate some noises and to change the nature of the spring usage and new rubber pad to eliminate some noises from the ++ chamber. ERA V1 owners aren't left high and dry! As soon as stock is available we will be able to offer an upgrade kit as part of a service to swap to all the new features including lowers, axle and decals! More info as soon as we have it...


 

Some Feedback from the MTB press on the ERA...

It's hard to imagine, here's how Ryan Palmer from bikemag.com tried to explain...

"Picture a RockShox fork's ability to stay high in its travel, then picture the ground-hugging effects of a Fox Grip 2 fork. Got it? Now add them together and multiply both by at least a couple. Then add the off-the-top suppleness of a coil-sprung fork, and that's about how the Era feels. I think it's actually impossible to describe the feeling perfectly, sort of like how you can't show someone what 4K video looks like on a 1080p screen—you need a 4K screen to really see those details."

Here's how Mike Kazimer at pinkbike.com felt about his first rides on the new ERA forks...

"I'm usually not one to gush, but after six solid rides on the Era I'm comfortable saying that I've never ridden a fork that felt this good right out of the box. I've even switched bikes with a couple of riding partners mid-ride so they could experience what I was feeling, and in both instances the general consensus was “that's ridiculous.” 

Yes, the “air that feels like a coil” claim has been made multiple times before, but in this case EXT have come incredibly close to mimicking the ultra-sensitive, plush feel of a coil fork, with the ability to tune the end stroke ramp up to prevent harsh bottom outs."

We can't, we literally can't make up any marketing speak to beat that ;-)

EXT's design goal was to enable riders to retain a good shape as the bike moves from loaded to unloaded situations. As suspension tuners, we have in the past been reduced to screwing up the suspension feel to retain that bike shape... Now that EXT have launched the ERA, it looks like we can provide a better, more progressive geometry without screwing up the suspension!

With the addition of a second, preloaded positive air chamber, the ERA can provide a configurable wave of support at a point that suits the rider and the steepness of his or her favourite trails.

Providing support here would normally compromise the sensitivity of a fork but attention to detail and design features make it feel so... Well, back to Mike Kazimer from PinkBike...

"It's the ease that the fork initiates its travel that really stands out. Even while climbing, the part of the ride where fork performance tends to take a backseat, the Era's ability to effortlessly smooth out chunkier sections of trail is noticeable. Tip the trail the other way and the Era truly shines – square-edged hits simply disappear, all without using up too much travel."

By using a hybrid air/coil HS3 air spring system and by focussing really strongly on friction reduction in the development process EXT have done for the fork what they already did for the rear shock... Using that reduction in static and sliding friction EXT have been able to transfer some of the load from friction to damping allowing the tyre to become a more predictable part of the suspension package...


EXT shocks and forks are individually dyno-ed at two different speed settings and two different clicker settings actually on the production line before leaving the factory. You can rest assured that the tapered, progressive damping, where most of the oil flow goes through demand valves rather than adjuster valves, is exactly as EXT planned. Tapered and progressive are exactly what you need on a suspension system with negligible 'SPRUNG' mass. Digressive damping and spring systems and high flow adjuster systems may work for Indycar racing or some other motorsports applications, but a bicycle needs that progression.

Aftermarket, performance-focused shock absorbers made in the EU.

*** Please note! ***

EXT Storia, Arma and E-Storia dampers are individually valved and set-up for bike and rider. Though we generally keep all sizes in stock, configuring the damper to suit the customer can take 2-3 working days... 

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E-Storia
£1,150.00
EXT V2 ERA fork
£1,590.00