Today, Fox Shocks are known as the absolute pinnacle of suspension performance in off-road trucks, but the company actually started in motocross. Yes, the Fox Racing brand, now exclusively a gear and apparel company (maybe you’ve heard of them?), once sported the Fox Air Shock, which was an absolute must-have on 1970s motocross bikes. The Fox brothers took their companies separate ways, but both continue to thrive. And they’re semi-sorta connected again in motocross circles.
Back in the seventies you got to the track whatever way you could. You’d jam a minicycle in the family sedan if you could. These days, we’re much cooler, and your full motocross look isn’t complete without a bad-ass truck to haul your bike, and your truck isn’t full bad-ass unless it’s running a set of Fox Shocks. Do you know the super awesome Ford Raptor comes stock with Fox Shocks?
Fox is trickling its highest-end racing technology down to the consumer via these new Performance Series shocks. They’re the industry’s first one-piece aluminum body shock delivered at an affordable price. The newly designed metal-impacted aluminum body pairs with Internal Floating Piston (IFP) technology to provide consistent ride quality and industry leading performance. Fox engineers have developed application specific valving and fitment for all popular trucks and SUVs in a bolt on package worthy of extreme off-road use. We’re talking Raptor level stuff. With a bike in the back.
(By the way, they still make shocks for your motocross bike. And awesome mountain bike stuff, too. Fox shocks rock.)
Starting at $129.95 each. Go to Ridefox.com/truck for more information.