140mm Suspension Forks AKA Best Modest Travel Trail Forks. Which fork for real world riders on real world trails? Benji has the results.
Suspension Fork Reviews
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The Cane Creek Helm MKII has a new damper and a revised air spring (there is a coil Helm too). The D-lock bolt-thru axle design is also new.
This latest Fox 34 Float Factory GRIP2 is all too easily overlooked, or taken for granted. There’s no big headline innovation or New Thing.
Cut to the chase, this Marzocchi Bomber Z2 RAIL has a price that is affordable for more people than all the other 140mm forks we've tested.
You can count the amount of 140mm coil forks on one hand: there’s the MRP Ribbon Cork and there’s the 140mm Cane Creek Coil Helm MKII.
Mondraker MIND is a GPS enabled telemetry system. As well as being able to help you set up your suspension it collects data on it.
The Fox 38 launched last year right at the start of lockdown, but over the year we have ridden various models of this burly enduro fork and this is what...