RockShox is a manufacturer of bicycle suspension components, primarily forks and rear shocks, that was founded in 1989. The company is based in Colorado, USA, and is known for producing high-quality and innovative suspension products for both mountain and road bikes .
One of RockShox's most popular products is their line of suspension forks, which are designed to absorb the impact of bumps and obstacles on the trail. These forks come in a variety of models that are suited for different types of riding, from cross-country to downhill, and are available in different wheel sizes and travel lengths.
In addition to forks, RockShox also produces rear shocks, which are designed to work in conjunction with the front forks to provide a smooth and controlled ride. These shocks come in different sizes and are adjustable to suit the rider's preference and the terrain they are riding on.
RockShox has a reputation for producing high-quality and durable suspension components that are used by professional and amateur riders alike. The company is also known for its commitment to research and development and is constantly updating and improving its products.
In recent years RockShox has been acquired by SRAM and now operates as a subsidiary of it, this has allowed RockShox to expand its product range and leverage the engineering and manufacturing resources of the parent company.