RockShox Pike RCT3 Solo Air 160 Fork - 27.5in - 2017
RockShoxPike RCT3 Solo Air 160 Fork - 27.5in - 2017

The benchmark.

Blasting down lines right at your limit is why enduro’s fun in the first place, but the discipline requires more than just big hits and high speeds—it’s technical, it’s tight, and there’s plenty of climbing, which is why the RockShox Pike RCT3 Solo Air 160 Fork is the fork of choice for enduro and serious trail riders. 160mm of buttery and responsive travel eats up trail furniture, gnarly brake bumps, and drops while getting gnarly, but the RCT3 Charger remote lets you flick over into trail or climbing mode when it’s time to get pedaly.

Your fork better be stiff if you’re going to be charging, and the Pike RCT3 delivers, with Power Bulge bushings and a burly Maxle Ultimate axle to keep you holding tight lines through rock gardens and high-speed berms. The Rapid Recovery systems eats up small bumps for a smooth ride, and adjustable rebound and low-speed compression settings allow you to tune your sled into a precision enduro machine that fits your riding style to a T.

Please note that the Pike RCT3 Solo Air Fork doesn't include a shock pump.

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Unanswered Question

Does this come with bottomless tokens?

Is this fork internally adjustable?

Best Answer

Hey Grayson, yes you're able internally adjust travel with the RSX005T. Feel free to reach out to me and I'd be happy to help with any other questions about what suspension options may be best for you and your bike! Cheers, Connor

This thing is buttah!

    If you're reading this you've probably read all the reviews. You cant go wrong with this fork, SRAM knows suspension!!! Small bumps, large hits, spend some time with tokens and air pressure to get it dialed.

    Finally got a Pike

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Chose the 160 for my Giant Reign build and glad I did. Fork is fairly light, responsive and stable. Ridden through several rock gardens and it's saved me several times. Dig Rock Shox as they are easier to tune then Fox.

    Finally got a Pike