RockShox has known it had a good thing going with its Reba fork for quite some time now over a decade, in fact. Through the years, Reba's received her fair share of updates and new tech, and the Reba RL Solo Air 100 Boost Fork has emerged as an efficient, lightweight fork with the increased stiffness and response of Boost spacing, occupying a popular middle ground between the pricier SID range and budget conscious Sektor line. The Reba has always been known for displaying consistent durability and reliability on the trails, smoothing out rock encrusted paths to pave the way for you and your nimble XC frame, and with this model built with a 51mm rake and RockShox's Power Bulge lower leg reinforcement, the Reba's enjoying more confidence and stability than ever. RockShox anchors the Reba RL with its Solo Air spring, which is easy to set up with a single Schrader valve that fills both air chambers quickly and without a lot of ride delaying hassle. Plus, the Air Guides on the outside of the fork give you clear guidance while setting up your suspension, so you don't have to waste precious ride time dialing in the suspension through trial and error. While you're setting up, RockShox's Bottomless Tokens give you more opportunity to fine tune your air spring curve, allowing you to use all of the Reba's 100mm of travel without the worry of bottoming out after a big hit, providing a more consistent ride overall. Starting your ride on buttery smooth singletrack rarely guarantees it'll end that way, but Reba's Motion Control technology makes sure she won't mind switching it up. When the trail turns rugged or you head to unknown spots, switching the damper with Motion Control will keep you rolling over white knuckle sections of trail calmly, with Rapid Recovery backing up the whole system to keep your ride plush even when you're rolling over a trail laced with successive root lattices and rocks.