X-Fusion Trace 36 HLR Fork
The Trace 36 HLR looks pretty on the inside and can give you a coil-like ride - but it's not so well suited to riders of every weight class...
X-Fusion Trace 36 HLR Teardown
The X-Fusion Trace 36 HLR undercuts the competition in the long-travel, high performance 29er fork game...
FOLLOW UP REVIEW
X-Fusion's $200 Manic Dropper Post
It may not be the slickest looking post but it's simple, easy to work on and incredibly reliable, and the price blows most other posts out of the water...
LONG TERM REVIEW
X-Fusion Trace HLR
11 Months, 3 Bikes, 1 Fork Review. Conclusion: The Trace HLR has the adjustments, features, and ride quality of significantly more expensive forks.
X-Fusion Manic Dropper Post
Can X-Fusion change the dropper landscape with their US$200 Manic Post - that seems simple and cheap to service?
X-Fusion – Making Bikes Sane Again
Does your dropper cost only $200? Is it user serviceable - even on the inside? Does it have a replaceable cartridge that costs just $20 - after your warranty expires?
SILCA Tools Make Me Swoon
SILCA tools are a virgin pacific island in a sea of crap.
Kiss & Tell with the X-Fusion Trace
"By the end of our ride I could already feel that the fork was starting to break-in and it will be interesting to see what it feels like..."
X-Fusion Trace HLR – Teardown
"Many consider X-Fusion the leader when it comes to features and ride quality per dollar..."