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If you're riding a 29er, and you need to improve the efficiency of your ride, the Fox 32 Float 100 CTD Remote FIT 29 Fork quite literally puts that power into your hands. Its handlebar mounted remote makes on-the-fly suspension adjustments as easy as shifting, and both the tapered steerer tube and 15QR axle keeps your bike steering precisely. So, whether you're on a hardtail or a short travel XC bike, your suspension is completely under your control.

Like recent generations of Fox's Factory series forks, the Float 100 29 controls its stroke with the venerable FIT damper. As you may be aware, 'FIT' is an acronym, and it stands for Fox Isolated Technology. And, unlike a traditional open bath system, it means that the damper fluid is sealed in an air-tight bladder. This prevents contamination, while also improving the consistency of the damper during long descents.

Long-time Fox riders will immediately notice Fox's Climb, Trail, Descend damper adjustments. And there's no need to worry, you're still getting the same adjustments to high- and low-speed compression, only its now packaged in a more user-friendly format. Climb mode provides the most damping for a near locked-out feel. Meanwhile, it still provides a bit of cushion for any unexpected hard hits. Click the damper into the Trail mode, and you'll find that there's ample low-speed compression in order to keep the fork riding high in the travel through berms, jumps, and rocks. Better yet, it still provides plenty of compliance in order to smooth out the ride. Trail mode has three sub-settings that allow you to tune exactly how much feedback that you need from your suspension. And, as you may have guessed, Descend mode provides the lightest compression damping for a plush ride.

Additionally, this fork has a remote damper adjuster that mounts to your handlebars. Essentially, this gives you the power to adjust your suspension settings in order to accommodate changing trail conditions without having to take your hands off of the grips. Best of all, this option is presented in a way that makes each adjustment instinctive. So, you don't need a doctorate in fluid dynamics to choose the correct setting.

For added durability, the fork comes with Kashima-coated stanchions. And, in addition to being 100% 'gold-er' than the competition, Kashima coating is harder than standard stanchion coatings. That means longer wear life, as well as smoother suspension action.

The 32 chassis is something of a classic in the Fox lineup, and it's easy to see why. At just over three pounds, this fork is downright svelte. Better yet, it's strong enough to ride rough trails day-in and day-out. That's thanks in part to the massive tapered steerer tube, which fights flex, especially under hard braking. And speaking of stiffness, Fox uses Shimano's 15mm QR axle assembly, effectively providing both added stiffness and increased security over a traditional 9mm QR skewer.

The Fox 32 Float 100 CTD Remote FIT 29 Fork is available with a 29-inch wheel compatibility a 1.5-inch tapered steerer tube, and a 15mm QR. Additionally, the fork is available in the color Black.

Tech Specs

100 mm
Stanchion Material:
Kashima coated aluminum
Lower Material:
Wheel Size:
29 in
Steer Tube Diameter:
[tapered] 1.5 - 1.125 in
Stanchion Diameter:
32 mm
Spring Type:
FIT CTD Remote
compression (remote actuated CTD), rebound, air pressure
no, climb mode
15 mm QR thru-axle
Max Rotor Size:
200 mm
Brake Compatibility:
Claimed Weight:
3.56 lb
Recommended Use:
cross country racing
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 year

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Not a true fan for racers

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

For trail riding this fork is a great product. As a 100mm race fork the CTD is pointless. When I'm racing I don't want to take my hands off the bar to change the fork mode. I will say that fox upgraded my damper for free to a terralogic and it is much better for a racer. Fox does a few other things a little funny when it comes to 100mm "race" forks. They don't tune the forks to firm as I'd expect. Rather they tune it to "M". I think the CTD would be best for forks from 120mm and above.

i totally agree. i have the 100MM CTD and Im looking for another fork now.

What about the difference in climbing performance between the 100 and 120? How big a difference if any?

Jackhossross I don't know about the 120. Too much travel for me.