Matching your trail or all mountain frame's versatility with a fork that can keep up is the only way to truly see what your bike can do, and RockShox's Pike RCT3 Solo Air 130 Boost Fork 2927. 5 Plus blends versatility with the streamlined style the Pike line has always been known for. As this is the 130mm version, it leans a little further towards the trail side of things, but with today's trail frames exhibiting XC nimbleness paired with burly all mountain capabilities, the lines of distinction are blurred, at best. Now built with Boost compatibility the Pike RCT3 can also be set up to roll over anything with 29 inch wheels or with a dose of added plushness from 27. 5 Plus, and switching your hoops out daily, yearly, or never won't affect its functionality. It's also built with RockShox's efficient Solo Air spring, promising simplicity and 130mm of bump devouring cush when you need it. You'll be able to choose from Open, Pedal, and Lock modes as you rally over berms and around corners, with Solo Air showing no weak spots throughout the range, offering just as much strength on steep, punishing climbs as it does through tumultuous rock lined descents. Another benefit you'll enjoy is RockShox's Rapid Recovery feature, which keeps the Pike feeling hungry after successive hits and hand numbing stretches of unrelenting bumps, helping it stay high in its travel so that it can recover quickly to maintain cushion during the unexpected.RockShox paid carefully attention to the chassis design for its prized Pike line, and the Pike RCT3 received the reinforced lower leg and oversized bushing, which stiffen it while managing to keep stanchion size the same. Any excess or unnecessary weight was carefully carved out of the chassis to create the lightest, stiffest platform possible, and RockShox thoughtfully includes a PSI menu printed on the side of the Pike to keep pre ride adjustments from taking away too much of your time on the trails.