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Posted 13 September 2023

RockShox Revelation RC DebonAir Boost Fork 150mm 29er Bost MTB W/Code

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  • 35mm Stanchions
  • Wheel Size Travel: 29" | 150mm Travel
  • Axle Spacing: 15mm x 110mm Axle (Boost) | 42mm Offset

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RockShox has also equipped this model with Boost axle spacing, so you’ll benefit from stiffer and more responsive handling as you navigate from trail to trail and charge through rock gardens and trailside obstacles. Thanks to its travel, it’s ready for dominating on the most demanding of terrain conditions.

DebonAir Air-Spring and RC Damper

Featuring a lightweight, highly tune-able DebonAir air spring, this suspension fork is designed to offer a coil-like consistent feel throughout the travel by effortlessly soaking up the smallest hits and tracking the slightest changes in the terrain. Another highlight is its RC damper, which allows you to dial in your favourite settings for a more customised suspension feel as you conquer your way around the mountain.


Boost is the standard wheel and drivetrain specification that opens the opportunity for improved frame geometry with shorter chainstays, wider and stiffer suspension pivots, a wider range of chainring options, as well as more clearance for bigger tyres and wider, stiffer wheels.

A lightweight, highly tune-able air spring designed to offer a coil-like consistent feel throughout the travel - effortlessly soaking up the smallest hits and tracking the slightest changes in the terrain.


  • Material: Aluminium
  • Use: Mountain Bike (MTB)
  • Axle: 15x110mm, Boost
  • Steerer Diameter: 1 1/8 - 1.5" tapered
  • Air Spring: DebonAir
  • Damper: RC

Return Policy

If you receive an order and find you’ve changed your mind or the item just isn’t right for you, don’t worry. Goods can be returned for a refund within 365 days from the date of purchase (subject to the product exclusions outlined below).

We’re unable to offer exchanges, but if you wish to purchase a different item, simply hop onto our website and place a new order separately. This will be processed and dispatched as quickly as possible.

Goods must be returned in an unused, re-saleable condition, with their original packaging, and all labels still attached. They should also be securely packaged in a sealed box to make sure the contents are protected during transit. Our Returns team will review all items to check they meet the criteria outlined in this Returns Policy. If an item is returned outside of our Returns Policy, the return may be rejected, and the item sent back to you. Your return postage fee will not be refunded. We will contact you if this happens.

All refunds will be issued to your original payment method within 5 days of the item arriving at our warehouse. We’ll send you a confirmation email when the refund has been processed. Please note, it may take up to 10 days from the date of refund for the funds to appear in your account. This will depend on your bank.

Return postage is non-refundable.

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  1. louiearch9309's avatar
    I wonder if this would be too much for a bizango 2022?...
    nigh7stalk3r's avatar
    Can always change out the air spring shaft for £40 if it's too much travel
  2. MrFerret's avatar
    Damn You CRC. I bought two fox forks already!

    You might be crashing and burning financially, but you certainly are taking the rest of use with you.

    Of Note. The two forks I received are 110% OEM AF. They might be from stripped full bikes, that have been parted out. So the RRP is a little 'wishful thinking' (edited)
  3. halbot's avatar
    Ok fork, great price
  4. lmulli's avatar
    Tempted to get these and turn my 650B in to a mullet with a 29" front wheel ;-) (the height difference being offset by less travel in this fork than my existing!) Hmmm....
  5. nigh7stalk3r's avatar
    Oh god something else i can't afford that i now have to buy, damn you CRC.
  6. sswats's avatar
    I have a cross country mountain bike with a 100mm travel RockShox Reba RL which i believe is a lightweight fork.
    Its fine for cross country but can i change it for this for trail use? or does the whole bike have to be a "trail" bike?
    bamse69's avatar
    Look up your frame manufacturer's recommendations for max fork travel. You can get buy different air springs separately to make it run on a shorter travel. That being said the lowest you can go seems to be 120. (edited)
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  8. cheapo's avatar
    I've got a Specialized Hardrock sport hardtail with a screwed up fork. Is it madness to put this on it?

    P.S. I don't know what travel or offset means.
    MrFerret's avatar
    Depends on the frame age/geometry. I would recommend a shorter travel fork for an older frame., something like the Manitou Machete.

    Adding a newer long travel fork that works well with slack geometry bikes leads to a sloppy ride.
  9. bamse69's avatar
    Ordered, waiting for a deal for the Charger 2.1 now 🤠
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