FOX Shox I CTD explained: Part One

FOX Shox I CTD explained: Part One

Scotts Valley, California, January 21, 2013 – FOX, the industry-leading ride dynamics company, has releases three product overview videos about their CTD and iCD suspension systems and D.O.S.S. seatpost. The videos cover the important features of each system to help educate customers on the 2013 product line and help riders understand how the adjustments apply to them on the trail.

CTD is FOX’s suspension system that takes the guesswork out of getting the fork and shock set up to work in harmony. CTD is short for Climb, Trail, and Descend modes. In the CTD introduction video, FOX technician,

Nick Delauder, takes viewers through the terrain modes and discusses how riders can match their suspension settings to varying conditions and riding styles.

Taking FOX’s systematic approach of suspension tuning to a higher level, iCD integrates an electronically actuated system into FOX’s proven Float fork and shock. In the iCD introduction video, FOX athlete, Geoff Kabush, talks about the benefits of iCD’s fast activation and effortless operation that quickly adapts the suspension to the terrain.


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