Bomber Z2
Bomber Z2
Bomber Z2
Bomber Z2
Bomber Z2
Bomber Z2
Bomber Z2
Bomber Z2
Bomber Z2
Bomber Z2
Bomber Z2
Bomber Z2
Bomber Z2
Bomber Z2
Bomber Z2
Bomber Z2
Bomber Z2
Bomber Z2
Bomber Z2
Bomber Z2

Not that long ago mountain bikes were simple – suspension opened up more terrain and, more importantly, it meant more fun. The original Z2 was there for the mountain bike suspension revolution –you simply mounted it on your bike and hit the trails. Less time prepping and fixing meant you could just focus on the ride. Twenty years later, that same DNA lives on in the new Marzocchi Z2; it’s ready to shred with smooth and plush suspension. The new from-the-ground-up Rail damper combines low maintenance with intuitive ease of use and impressive on-trail performance. The top-of-fork simple sweep adjuster from firm to open can lock out the fork or fully open the system with plenty of positions in between. The Z2 - it just makes everything easy.

Bomber Z2

912-01-070

Regular price $699.00
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2 in stock

Not that long ago mountain bikes were simple – suspension opened up more terrain and, more importantly, it meant more fun. The original Z2 was there for the mountain bike suspension revolution –you simply mounted it on your bike and hit the trails. Less time prepping and fixing meant you could just focus on the ride. Twenty years later, that same DNA lives on in the new Marzocchi Z2; it’s ready to shred with smooth and plush suspension. The new from-the-ground-up Rail damper combines low maintenance with intuitive ease of use and impressive on-trail performance. The top-of-fork simple sweep adjuster from firm to open can lock out the fork or fully open the system with plenty of positions in between. The Z2 - it just makes everything easy.

AVAILABLE COLORS - Matte black
TRAVEL; 100mm, 120mm, 130mm (29"only), 140mm, 150mm (27.5" only)
WHEEL: 27.5", 29"
RAKE: 44mm, 51mm (29"only)
AXLE: 15QRx110
DAMPING: RAIL
SPRING: FLOAT
STANCHIONS: Ø34mm Black Anodizing
STEERER: Tapered Aluminum

3 Steps to Buy the Right Shock

Buying shocks isn't always easy. Don't forget you can always message us online at the bottom right of the screen or call us directly at 1-800-527-9244 x 344

1. Get the Eye to Eye and Stroke Measurements: If you are replacing a shock, find the old shock specifications from the manufacturers website. Using the part number of the shock you should be able to find it (most of the time). If that doesn't work and you have a Vernier Caliper (you probably don't) measure from the center of the top eye to the bottom eye. Do the same with Stroke but measure from where the rod goes into the shock body to where the eye starts on the rod. Again if you're lost call, email or message us. Take those measurements and match them to the options above. Select and Add to Cart.

You can always call, email, message us if you need help. We will reply as soon as possible.

2. Decide if you need a spring and add that: You may have a spring that you know you can use from your old shock feel free to use that if you are comfortable. To get the best performance and to keep things fresh we recommend a new Marzocchi Spring ($24.95) and we will show you how to buy one that fits properly!  

So you decided you need a spring. What you need is the rear travel of your bike in inches (best to get it from your bike manufacturer's website) and put that number into the first box below. Then use the Stroke measurement from #1 above and enter that in the second box. Finally put in your weight into the final box. Press Calculate and save the Coil Spring Weight (lbs) number.

Coil Spring Weight (lbs):

3. Add the Right Spring: Shocks need springs, get a nice new Bomber Steel Spring for $24.95. Take the number from the Coil Spring Rate and the Stroke from #1. Match those two numbers with the springs we offer here.

Bomber Z2

The Go Anywhere Fork

Testimonials

Fork Performance The Marzocchi Z2 was without flaw during our test, offering a quality 130mm of travel, we see this as a long-term component of the Kobain with no need to upgrade

Vital MTB

The Bomber Z2 is going to make a lot of trail riders happy.

The Pink Bike Team

A less-expensive fork that takes big hits in its stride and values comfort over mid-stroke support.

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