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  • We Are One Da Package - Rider Review

    If you’re interested in running a coil shock but not quite stoked on dropping 5 or 600 bucks for one, well we might just have your golden ticket with the Marzocchi Bomber CR.
  • RockShox Fork Upgrade

    If you’re interested in running a coil shock but not quite stoked on dropping 5 or 600 bucks for one, well we might just have your golden ticket with the Marzocchi Bomber CR.
  • Marzocchi Bomber CR Review | The Lost Co

    If you’re interested in running a coil shock but not quite stoked on dropping 5 or 600 bucks for one, well we might just have your golden ticket with the Marzocchi Bomber CR.
  • Fox 36 Damper Tech: GRIP2 Damper Upgrade Kit

    If you have a 2015 or newer Fox 36, or a Marzocchi Bomber Z1 and want better performance and more adjustability you can cheaply and easily upgrade your current fork’s damper for better performance and save some money by doing so with Fox's GRIP2 damper upgrade kit.
  • Fox Transfer Post Review

    In this blog post Mike explains why we consider the Fox Transfer Post to be the best option for a majority of riders due to their feel, sound, and insane reliability.
  • Freeride Returns with the NEW Marzocchi Bomber Z1 Coil Fork

    Is freeride dead? HELL NO! The Marzocchi Bomber Z1 now comes in coil and is ready to smash through everything. This is a simple, coil sprung fork that can lockout to affordably and reliably get you to the top of the hill to blast down. The Z1 Coil shares the same platform as the Z1 Air, so you can easily convert your Z1 Air fork to Coil with their conversion kit as well.
  • Fox Factory 36 GRIP2 Fork Review

    When it comes to mountain bike suspension forks, it's pretty apparent that the Fox 36 is the hottest on the market. But why? Let's talk about how the Fox 36 performs and holds up, and why it's not only his favorite piece of mountain bike gear but also why it's our best selling fork here at The Lost Co.
  • 2 Piston vs 4 Piston Mountain Bike Brakes

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  • Cascade Racing Designs Vagrant Stem - Rider Review

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  • RockShox Reverb AXS Dropper Post - Rider Review

    RockShox released...
  • SRAM Eagle AXS Upgrade Kit - Rider Review

    I can’t deny that I love the new Eagle AXS wireless system. I joked with a buddy after the installation, saying it gave me the same sensation of cancelling cable TV. Not only does my bike look cleaner without the cable or housing running through it, maintenance and adjustments feel cleaner too. I can access everything, take things apart, move them - and have it all go back together without adjusting a cable. So nice.