Order the E18 and the E18+

Order it today and you will have the priority! Official sales will start during VĂ©lo Vert Festival on the 1st of June.

Motion-E18 The Enduro fork by Motion

Motion has finalized the development of its front fork Enduro suspension. Her name is Motion-E18.

Note that it can handle maximum 2,5" tires. The fork accepts till 100kg.

It is a unique and exceptional product that will respond to all your wishes.

She is available at 1590€.


Motion E18+ The fork you need

Motion declined the Motion-E18 to adapt it to 29" and 27,5"+. Her name is Motion-E18+.

Note that it can handle maximum 2,6" tires on 29" wheels. The pilot weight shall be between 50kg and 100kg.

This fork is also perfect for electrical bikes because she is more stiff and there is no maintenance.

She is available at 1590€ and the first forks will be delivered at the end of the year.


Personalize your fork !

You can choose the color of your fork. 4 different colors exist: Earth Edition (Green), Water Edition(Blue), Fire Edition (Orange) and Wind Edition (Grey).

Your bike will be more beautiful than ever mounted with a Motion!

Note that having an other color than the Earth Edition will cost you 100€.


The industrial experts at Motion service

The principal pieces of the suspension are fabricated in aluminium 7075T6: firstly forged and then machined in CNC 5 axles in Taiwan. A first part of the assembly is done locally by our machining company and then dispatched to France.
Our damper with a Motion conception is fabricated by an expert in hydraulic from Taiwan.
The carbon legs are manufactured in filament winding.

The composite blade is still manufactured in France by our vendor who is accompaning us from the beginning of the adventure.
Final assembly and last controls are realised in Motion workshop at Villefranche-sur-Saône.


Each Rider gets its own suspension

In addition to the Motion technology advantages that you will find on all suspensions, we will optimize some specificities depending on the practice:

  • Lightness for XC,
  • Versatility for All Mountain,
  • Handling precision for Enduro,
  • Robustness for DH.

The calendar for suspensions is as following:

  • Enduro: June 2018,
  • All Mountain: October 2018,
  • XC: Spring 2019,
  • DH: Summer 2019.

Thus, all practices will have their technological jewelry in their hands in 2019.


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