At first, however, I wasn’t impressed with the air fork. With the “stock” 33 psi air pressure, the front end behaved strangely: The front wheel felt as if it was wandering, and there was too much up-and-down movement in the smaller chop. Bumping up the pressure just 2 psi allowed the fork to ride on top of the bumps, completely fixing the problem, and I didn’t have to touch the compression or rebound clickers. The PSF action is so completely natural that if I hadn’t known better, I would have thought it was a traditional spring fork. The track was bumpy but didn’t get gnarly, so I’ll have to try the fork on rougher terrain before giving it two giant thumbs up. But if the plushness and damping I felt at Zaca Station are any indication, it should work great.