One of the biggest names in suspension has to be RockShox. Rockshox forks are often fitted to bikes as standard, but many people also choose the likes of the RockShox Pike as an upgrade to their existing forks. One of the most popular fork upgrades for many customers is the RockShox Lyrik which offers riders between 150mm and 180mm of suspension travel.
The dropper seatpost is arguably one of the most important innovations for mountain bikes in recent years. The RockShox Reverb wasn’t the first dropper post available, but it has always been one of the best. The Reverb is one of the only dropper posts to be actuated hydraulically, meaning the lever is generally easier to press and is not hindered by cable drag which mechanically operated posts can suffer from. If you do have issues with your RockShox dropper post, you can buy service kits to repair them.