Which Rigid Fork?



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I have a Bontrager Race frame that I am looking for a rigid fork.

What is available in a 1" rigid fork that is suspension corrected ?

Thanks !!!

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On Tue, 04 Mar 2003 02:49:16 GMT, "Bike Doc" <BikeDoc111(NoSpam)@attbi.com> blathered:

>What is available in a 1" rigid fork that is suspension corrected ?

You'll be lucky. Pace do a 1" version of their rigid fork -
https://www.pacecycles.com/product.asp?catID=2&subcat=433

VERY expensive though.

I'm currently running a set of the On-One rigid (disk-only) forks -
http://www.on-one.co.uk/products/inbred_forks.shtml

I'm very pleased with them, certainly on a par with Project IIs in the comfort stakes. However,
AFAIK they're only available in 1 1/8".

You can always go custom. I had a set of forks made last year by a local frame builder for touring;
stiff as a very stiff thing, great for carrying panniers without flexing but brutal offroad.

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> I have a Bontrager Race frame that I am looking for a rigid fork.
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> What is available in a 1" rigid fork that is suspension corrected ?
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> Thanks !!!
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Tange might make something like that, but it's probably threaded.

JD
 
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