Optimised for the modern urban and trekking cyclists, suspension experts have drawn on outside expertise to integrate lighting options and more

New Product: RockShox’s urban Paragon fork

Rock Shox has announced the 700c, 50/65mm travel Paragon fork, a suspension offering tailored to the modern urban and trekking cyclist.

Having drawn on the expertise of B+M, Trelock, Supernova, Spanninga, Fuxon and SKS, the suspension manufacturer says the Paragon is ready to integrate lighting, with the brace designed to accommodate a headlight. The wiring management system provides a secure, concealed path from a dynamo hub up to the brace.

Without a fender, Paragon provides ample room for tires up to 45c in width.

The Paragon is expected to retail for around €225 and is compatible with the PopLoc system should the customer want to upgrade to a remote lockout. The fork will come in both rim and disc compatible versions.

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