- Lugless 26" rigid forks
Without lugs. ie. Clean, smooth.
ie. like this but in 26″. I’ve seen some but they look a bit weedy next to a Chameleon frame.
http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/blank-expression-lite-bmx-forks/rp-prod65175?_$ja=tsid:46412|cgn:Blank+-+Forks|cn:Chain+Reaction-UK-PLA-PLA-All-DT-SE|kw:245951UK_Blank+Expression+Lite+BMX+Forks&gclid=CJjoic2gzrkCFW_HtAod5lAAhgPosted 4 years ago
Bagged an old (2002?) SC Chameleon frame and intend to transfer as many components as possible over from my old Orange P7 to build a hack. Something I can have a bit of fun on and also use when riding out with the family. Seems overkill taking my new XC bike.
I’m trying to do it cheaply so am stuck with V-brakes as rear wheel isn’t setup for disc and frame has v-brake lugs. Buying a new wheelset isn’t in the plans.
I fancy rigid forks for this bike and I’m also not bothered about running a front brake. Race for many a season in BMX BITD without one but unfortunately can’t find one.
Is anyone aware of a lugless 26″ rigid fork? Or should I just get disc mount rigid?
CheersPosted 4 years ago
jameso and bigblackshed – Thanks very much – Charge Nozzle looks ideal especially with the removable v-brake mounts. Could always use them just to placate aphex_2k and wwaswas 😉 🙂
Is not running a front brake deemed to be different? I don’t think I ran a front brake on any of my bikes from about 1980-1995. Only when I got my first MTB did I ride with two brakes.
Fixies? I’m with you there though. 🙂 Compact on my road bike.Posted 4 years agojamesoSubscriber
Is not running a front brake deemed to be different?
Ignore the genre regs. Do what you like.. but yeah, MTBs that aren’t DJ bikes with 1 brake are rare, for a reason ) old chameleon tho, awesome bike. Still got my old ~98 version, pre-discs, cracked but kept as a reminder of good times when the scared got air.Posted 4 years ago
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