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Monstrous New Marzocchi Super Z Single-Crown Fork Goes to 190mm Travel!

mountain biker doing a big jump at red bull rampage on new marzocchi super z fork
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Pushing the limits of what a single-crown mountain bike fork could (or should) do, the new Marzocchi Super Z is available with up to 190mm travel. It also gets the impressive new GRIP X damper from its Fox siblings, and made its unofficial debut at this year’s Red Bull Rampage. So, it’s got the goods…

graphic with features of new marzocchi super z enduro fork

Marzocchi says it’s basically a double-crown fork in a single-crown package. It has 38mm stanchions and fits on any modern mountain bike with rear travel that can keep up.

Thanks to an ultra-stiff crown and “M”-shaped arch on the lowers, it’s the strongest fork they’ve ever made. They say it’s also the most affordable premium fork on the market, coming in at just $999 ($1339CAD / €1289)

new marzocchi super z fork shown from various angles

The GRIP X damper helps with that premium qualifier, delivering their new pressure balanced compression damping. Compared to what’s on the Fox forks it’s a bit simpler – there’s no indicator nub on the High Speed Compression dial. But it still has the “firm mode” for climbing, and it offers the most adjustment of any other Marzocchi fork.

It also gets the updated bushings (like the 2025 Fox forks), with oil bypass channels allowing seamless bushing surfaces for smoother travel. Bleeder ports on the back of the legs let you equalize pressure in the lowers when shuttling (or climbing) or descending across big swings in altitude.

new marzocchi super z fork shown from various angles

Other key specs are:

  • 150-190mm travel
  • Air spring
  • External High/Low Speed Compression adjustments
  • External Low Speed Rebound adjustment
  • 29″ and 27.5″ options
  • 2.6” max tire size
  • 2180g weight
  • 200-230 brake rotor compatibility
  • Gloss black or red

Marzocchi.com

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Deputy Dawg
Deputy Dawg
1 month ago

Bring on the coil version!!!

nooner
nooner
1 month ago

As per the diagram above, I’ve never heard of a 230mm rotor used… Maybe they meant 223mm? Aside: a buddy just got a Marz coil fork from Jenson for $250 and it feels pretty good.

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