'Send it, don't spend it' is RockShox' strap line for the brand new Dominion fork. It brings the ZEB's 38mm stanchions to a more accessible price, offering a stiffer fork that's prime for heavy hitting enduro rigs or e-bikes.
The new Domain is a fork that's intended to be kitted to long travel all-mountain and enduro bikes as well as e-mtbs for a stiffer, more capable front end.
While, of course, the Domain borrows a lot from the ZEB in how it looks and those fat 38mm stanchions but the similarities end there. The Domain gets 6000 series aluminium upper tubes and a Motion Control RC or R damper. As for the air spring, that's RockShox' debonAir spring.
It also comes with either 1.5" or 1.8" steerer options for OEM e-mtbs and three crown sizes with 59mm, 63mm and 69mm options. The latter being big enough to fit that 1.8" steerer.
Along with the Domain, RockShox has released a number of after market upgrades to soup up the fork. The Motion Control R model is easily upgraded to an RC and the brand's Charger 2.1 RC2 ZEB damper upgrade is compatible with the Domain.
Along with the damper upgrades, RockShox also has a OneLoc remote upgrade kit so the Domain can be locked out with a bar-located remote.
Much like what Fox did with the Float 36, 38 and the new 34 the RockShox Domain's leg fork arch sits further forwards to offer clearance for mud guards and head tubes when the fork hits its full travel.
The new Domain comes in 150, 160, 170 and 180mm travel options all of which get clearance for up to a 2.8" tyre and the fork comes in both 650b and 29" wheelsizes.
A RockShox Domain will set you back £530, while the Motion Control RC damper upgrade will cost £42 and the Charger 2.1 RC2 upgrade will cost £325. Then if you would like to kit your fork with the OneLoc remote upgrade, that'll be another £102.
Then RockShox offers a fender costing £20.
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