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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Learn to build trails w/ super solid rock work at Silent Swamp this Sunday 11/17

Have you ever wanted to know how to build super solid rock features? Stuff that is fun to ride, can withstand lots of traffic and last? Or just want more tips and tricks to make building with rock easier? Then come join Tyler from the Evergreen Trail Crew this Sunday at E. Tiger Mtn and he will s ... Read More »

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 »

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