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  • PSA Manitou Circus Expert £190
  • woodlikesbikes
    Full Member

    CRC have got Manitou Circus Expert forks in stock £190 with the discount code.

    Given they have been out of stock for a year everywhere I was very surprised to see them at that price. Hopefully I’ve not missed anything and it proves to be a bargain.

    nwgiles
    Free Member

    26” inches wheel dj fork.

    cjr61
    Full Member

    Thank you!

    beer247
    Full Member

    Also 20mm axle, prob non-boost…

    nwgiles
    Free Member

    These will be 20x110mm

    boost it is

    tomhoward
    Full Member

    Also has the jump specific damper, will be terrible for a ‘normal’ MTB.

    Northwind
    Full Member

    Are people missing the point? Yes these are forks for one job, this isn’t a PSA for everyone

    desperatebicycle
    Free Member

    Manitou Circus? sound ideal to go on my Big Top frame 😛

    dangeourbrain
    Full Member

    These will be 20x110mm

    boost it is

    Boost it isn’t in all likelihood.
    20×110 isn’t boost, its old fashioned 20mm

    20×110 boost is however, boost.

    nwgiles
    Free Member

    110 is 110 it fits the width of your wheels, surely the point about boost being for the drivetrain chain line is mute on the front?

    nwgiles
    Free Member

    regardless, thank you its a good PSA and I bought one as a spare for my DJ bike

    Northwind
    Full Member

    20×110 is “20mm old”, still the best allround hub standard and therefore it’s been made obsolete for most things. But not for dirt jumping. There is of course a new shitshow alternative whiich is 20mm Boost, which is also 20×110 but has wider spoke flanges, and generally won’t fit an older 20mm fork. I get the feeling it’s a mostly failed standard but maybe not, it’s sort of hard to spot because of the stupid naming.

    (15×110 is boost, 15 x 100 was nonboost

    cjr61
    Full Member

    I appreciated the PSA and bought a pair for my jump bike to replace my older coil Pikes. Many thanks

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