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New year, new look: give your RockShox forks a makeover with decal kits from SRAM

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Winter time is the perfect time to give your bike some love. At the top of that list should probably be some suspension maintenance – especially if you’re not sure of the last time it was serviced. After you’ve gotten everything back in working order and given the exterior a thorough cleaning, why not give your bike a new look while you’re at it? Chances are good that if you have a RockShox fork it has the neutral graphics that come standard. If you want to make it a little more matchy-matchy to your bike or your kit, or just want to go crazy with color, SRAM is offering decal kits that should leave your fork looking good…

There are a number of other companies offering custom graphics for forks, wheels, and frames, but if you want to get it straight from the source, RockShox has you covered. The OEM quality decals are available for the 2017+ SID, pre-2017 Bluto, Reba, Recon, Revelation, Sektor, SID, and XC32/30, all years of the Boxxer and Domain, all years of the Lyrik, Pike, and Yari, and the RS1. Not all models are available in all colors, but generally the new racy XC forks are available Gold and Black, and the others are sold in blue, neon green, neon orange, neon yellow, red and black.

Priced at $18 per kit, the decal sheets are available through SRAMNATION which also has a number of softgoods available from SRAM, RockShox, and Zipp.

sramnation.com

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Mike D
6 years ago

Am I the only one that thinks the single color graphics matching the single accent color of the bike looks cheap? Makes it look like a department store bike to me. It’s cool that Sram is offering decals, but boy how I yearn for some better graphics on forks. Two colors too much to ask Sram?

Andy
Andy
6 years ago
Reply to  Mike D

No you’re not the only one. But I remove all decals where possible. Regardless of how well designed they may be stickers will always be cheap looking and fake, like getting catalog tattoos because you want to stand out.

Velofreak
Velofreak
6 years ago

Mike D nailed right in the center. amazing to agree in the comments of this site.

Campbell Macmillan
6 years ago

Yeah not very custom, more like replacement decals. Some custome graphics would be nice. Need a friend with a vinyl cutter I guess.

Rob
Rob
6 years ago

just want to shout out a thanks to BikeRumor for highlighting sramnation… i did indeed need some new decals for the pike, and have been dubious of all the different so-called factory decal options. Replacement decals are what I want! anyway, just ordered and fresh decals are on the way…

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