What kind of fork do I need for a 29er bike?
Disc only 29″ rigid fork Suspension corrected for 80mm travel fork Cromoly fork with forward facing, stainless steel … read more Tange Infinity CrMo steel fork for 27.5″ (650b) or 29″ MTB wheels Ideal for 29er frames designed for 80mm travel forks and 650b frames designed … read more
How big are the forks on a rigid mountain bike?
No.9 Rigid Mountain Forks Internal sleeved brake cable routing Maxle included UD full carbon construction Rider … read more Designed with the Krampus frame, this fork has quick-release dropouts spaced at 100mm and clearance for a 3″ tire on a 50mm rim.
Is the Ogre Fork compatible with 29 wheel sizes?
The Ogre fork is ready for just about anything. Made with 100% Chromoly and compatible with both 29″ and 27.5+ wheel sizes, the fork has generous tire … read more The ECR fork features accommodations for a rack and fenders, a set of Three-Pack cage mounts on each leg, disc brake mounts and brake line guides. Constructed … read more
Which is the best fork for XC courses?
For carving XC courses, going the distance on gravel roads, or roaming along bikepacking routes, the Whisky No.9 MTN Fork brings a new dimension to your … read more Full carbon steerer and leg design is both lighter and stronger than bonded carbon forks Unique shape disperses impact energy throughout … read more
What kind of forks do Fox Racing use?
We carry top brands including Fox Racing Shox, RockShox, DVO and Manitou, covering various off-road disciplines. From short-travel XC forks (80-100mm travel) to trail (120-160mm travel) and gravity (170mm and more) and all different wheel sizes, including 27.5 and 29er options, there’s one to fit any style of riding.
How big are the forks on a mountain bike?
No.9 Rigid Mountain Forks Internal sleeved brake cable routing Maxle included UD full carbon construction Rider … read more Adjustable from 130 to 160mm of travel, internally in 10mm increments by changing the location of the spring perch (coil piston) on the compression … read more
Which is better a full carbon steerer or leg?
Full carbon steerer and leg design is both lighter and stronger than bonded carbon forks Unique shape disperses impact energy throughout … read more The Lowside fork features 100% Chromoly construction and zero eyelets or braze-ons, leaving you with an intentionally clean aesthetic that’ll work perfectly … read more