Rockshox Relaunch the Domain Fork with a 38mm Chassis.

Rockshox now offer the 38mm chassis introduced on the Zeb in a budget setup in the form of the Domain fork.

With the steady trickle down of technology from their top-tier suspension forks, Rockshox now offer some serious travel in their 38mm chassis with the updated Domain fork.

Key features:

  • 150, 160, 170 and 180mm travel
  • 27.5 or 29″
  • 44mm offset
  • 38mm aluminium legs
  • Motion Control RC damper
  • DebonAir air spring
  • Maxima Plush damping fluid
  • Takes a 2.8″ tyre
  • 2606g
  • £530.00
  • SRAM.com

Updated and relaunched for 2021, the Rockshox Domain brings long travel performance that is a bit easier on the wallet. The chassis gains 3mm over its namesake, jumping from 35mm to 38mm, with alloy legs over steel to drop half a pound off the weight.

Crucial differences between the Zeb and the Domain is the use of the 6000 series alloy legs on the latter, as well as a Motion Control damper and different bushes.

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The coil spring has gone too, replaced with a DebonAir air spring, adjustable with the use of air volume tokens. Damping is handled by the Motion Control RC damper with low speed and dual flow rebound adjust.

Upgrade kits are available, and the parts between the Domain are interchangeable with the Zeb. Start with the Domain and once you find your speed, you can drop a Charger 2.1 damper in for £325. This gives you more adjustment than the Zeb Select + but at just over £100 more.

You can check out the new Rockshox Domain fork on their website here.