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RockShoxZEB Select 27.5in Boost Fork


Item # RSXB056

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  • Diffusion Black, 160mm/38mm Offset ($815.00)
  • Diffusion Black, 160mm/44mm Offset ($815.00)
  • Diffusion Black, 170mm/38mm Offset ($815.00)
  • Diffusion Black, 170mm/44mm Offset ($815.00)
  • Diffusion Black, 180mm/38mm Offset ($815.00)
  • Diffusion Black, 180mm/44mm Offset ($815.00)
  • Diffusion Black, 190mm/38mm Offset ($815.00)
  • Diffusion Black, 190mm/44mm Offset ($815.00)
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Item # RSXB056

Why We Like the ZEB Select 27.5in Boost Fork

The new ZEB Select brings that same feeling of a confidence-inspiring double-crown fork into the modern era, featuring an all-new chassis with stiffer lowers and burly 38mm stanchions (as opposed to the 35mm stanchions on the Lyrik). This makes for a stiffer front-end that tracks much better through rough terrain and holds its line through rock gardens and drops with the utmost confidence. Inside the fork, you'll find RockShox' latest and greatest tech bits, like the impressively supple DebonAir spring, the Charger RC damper to adjust compression and rebound, and long-lasting Maxima Plush oil.

  • RockShox long-travel fork built the world's most challenging terrain
  • Larger 38mm chassis for increased stiffness and rider confidence
  • DebonAir spring ensures a smooth and supportive ride feel
  • Charger RC damper allows adjustment of low speed compression and rebound
  • Maxima Plush oil reduces friction and silences damper noise
  • Compatible with RockShox short fender (sold separately)

Tech Specs
Travel160, 170, 180, 190mm
Stanchion Materialaluminum
Lower Materialmagnesium
Crown Materialaluminum
Wheel Size27.5in
Steer Tube Diameter1-1/8 - 1-1/2in tapered
Stanchion Diameter38mm
Axle To Crown[180mm/44mm] 582.5mm
Rake38mm, 44mm
Spring TypeDebonAir
DamperCharger RC
Adjustabilitycompression, rebound
Axle15 x 110mm Boost
Brake Compatibilitypost-mount disc
Rotor Compatibility180 - 220mm

Actual Weight

Diffusion Black, 160mm/38mm Offset
Diffusion Black, 160mm/44mm Offset
Diffusion Black, 170mm/38mm Offset
Diffusion Black, 170mm/44mm Offset
Diffusion Black, 180mm/38mm Offset
Diffusion Black, 180mm/44mm Offset
Diffusion Black, 190mm/38mm Offset
Diffusion Black, 190mm/44mm Offset

Claimed Weight

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5lb 0.1oz

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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Hello, I have a 2016 Kona process 153 dl, and I was wondering if the rockshox zeb select would fit on my bike? I am really interested in getting a shock that can withhold some gnarly down hill jump runs, but I prefer to ride an enduro style bike for control purposes and such. Just wondering if the single crown will be company with my bike

Hey Zak, Thanks for your question. After looking at the specs on your bike it looks like your bike comes stock with a 160mm, non-boost fork. Unfortunately, this Zeb above is a boost fork so the spacing would not work. I'll send a follow-up email on some forks that would work for your bike.

>Rating: 5

Shred The Zeb

Nothing improves the ride and feel of your bike more than a quality fork and shock. RockShox delivers on that promise with the new ZEB Ultimate fork with some big fat 38mm stanchions to keep everything inline even though you’re riding might not be. The Pike, Lyrik and now the ZEB have always had that super supple small bump compliance to keep things smooth and buttery no matter how rough and rowdy the trail gets. I feel this is especially important for the lighter riders out there but doesn’t hurt the bigger riders out there either. I recall talking about the ZEB with a fellow rider questioning whether or not I was fast enough to really notice the difference and if I needed the big 38 chassis. Well that answer was yes and yes with another yes. I rode this on multiple bikes and so did my wife who is not an aggressive rider like myself and we both loved how the fork worked. No matter the terrain, jump or drop, the ZEB held up its end of the bargain. If you pair a good fork on a good chassis you will ultimately (no pun intended) go faster, not just because of the fork but for what the fork offers you. The ZEB inspires confidence and with that you ride faster more comfortably.