White Brothers Rock Solid 27.5 Forks

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The Rock Solid family of forks will make your machine a precise, feather-weight, singletrack screamer.

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Rock Solid, XR1.0, or Niner carbon fork for Kona Unit?

Greetings all! Anyone have any opinions one a good carbon fork for a Kona Unit 29er (2011)? Upgrading from the stock P2. I'm 6'5" and about 220. Looking at the following: White Brothers Rock Solid (1 year warranty) Syncros XR1.0 (2 year warranty) Niner Carbon (5 year warranty) Has an ... Read More »

White Bros rock solid on a 1x1

I have the chance to pick up a nice used 425mm rock solid. Question is: Surly lists their '80mm suspension corrected' rigid fork as 413mm axle to crown. From all the info I could gather on the White Bros. fork, their '80mm suspension corrected fork' is the 445mm axle to crown version. So, ... Read More »

White Brothers Rock Solid Carbon Fork

I'm thinking of buying a White Brothers Rock Solid carbon fork for my 100mm 29er hardtail. The fork comes in 490mm, 465mm, 445mm and 425mm lengths. Which length fork will fit my bike the best? I want my bike to still retain its original head angle. If that's not really possible, a little bit slacker ... Read More »

POC Pads Rock Solid in the Cold

So, I decided to splurge on some of the VPD v2 pads. They came in the mail today, I opened the box and the pads were stiff as boards!:madmax: Apparently, the D30 materials harden in the cold. This is a pretty gross oversight IMO. I live at elevation, and won't be able to leave these in my truc ... Read More »

White Brothers Rock Solid 490mm

It looks like White Brothers has added a 490mm axle to crown option to the Rock Solid line-up. Has anybody ridden it yet? I'd like to throw something like this fork with a longer axle to crown on my Canfield Nimble9.Read More »

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