Product DescriptionManitou R7 2010: Cold-forged hollow crown with aluminum steerer. New Abosolute platform damper with semi-bath lubrication and Evil Genius seals. 30mm alloy stanchions; magnesium lowers. 210mm max disc brake rotor size.
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