Suspension Service Intervals

To best maintain the performance and durability of your product under normal use, we recommend that you have regular fork and shock maintenance performed according to the service intervals listed below.

Recommended Minimum Fork Maintenance

Suspension Service Intervals

Every Ride

Regularly

Every 125 Hours/Yearly, or whichever comes first*

Clean exterior with mild soap and water only, then wipe dry with a soft towel.

When to service forks

Check sag and damper settings. Inspect your product for visual damage and function of all controls.

Damper Replacement

Full fork service (Full internal/external inspection, damper rebuild, air spring rebuild, bath oil and wiper replacement)

Suspension Tune

Recommended Minimum Shock Maintenance

Shock Rebuild

Every Ride

Regularly

Every 125 Hours/Yearly, or whichever comes first*

Clean exterior with mild soap and water only, then wipe dry with a soft towel. Inspect your product for visual damage and function of all controls.

Shock Replacement

Check sag and damper settings. Inspect your product for visual damage and function of all controls.

Dropper Seat Post Rebuild

Full shock service (Full internal/external inspection, damper rebuild, air seal replacement for air shocks)

Fox, roxshox rebuild

*For those who ride lift-accessed DH, Park, or Extreme Freeride or in extremely wet/muddy or dry/dusty environmental conditions where trail debris is sprayed onto the fork or shock while on the trail, we encourage riders to perform maintenance earlier than recommended above as needed. If you hear, see, or feel something unusual, stop riding immediately and bring your bike in for a proper service*