Rigid Fork for MTB

Discussion in 'Cycling Equipment' started by Tom in Kauai, Feb 1, 2004.

  1. Tom in Kauai

    Tom in Kauai New Member

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    I use a mountain bike on the road a lot. I would like to take off the suspension fork and substitute a rigid fork. This fork needs to have cantilever brake posts and fit a 26 inch wheel. It also needs to fit the geometry of a frame designed for three inches of suspension travel. I am training for Mt. Haleakala which has a ten thousand foot elevation gain that is spread over 36 miles – so a light fork would be good. Any ideas?
    Thanks, Tom
     
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  2. MidBunchLurker

    MidBunchLurker New Member

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    Kona make a good rigid fork called the Project Two. I think it even comes in a "lightweight" version.
     
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