Vassago Bicycle Company Odis 2011 Forks

4/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $156.00

Product Description

Slash your way down the trail like the efficiency freak that you are. The Vassago Odis Fork's double-butted Cro-Moly provides a stiff front end to keep you tracking straight and riding fast.

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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Gary a Cross Country Rider

Date Reviewed: February 6, 2015

Strengths:    Compliance, stiff steering

Weaknesses:    none

Bottom Line:   
Great fork compliance like carbon at a steel price. I had a couple of carbon forks one was stiff as hell the other had carbon steerer issues.I ride SS on rough trails, I do not notice the chatter maybe on SS I try not to brake to hard more flow. I have an On - One inbred and the fork matches the seat stay detail on my frame.

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Duration Product Used:   15 months

Price Paid:    $160.00

Purchased At:   Vassago

Similar Products Used:   WB carbon fork, Niner carbon fork, Surley steel fork

Bike Setup:   SS, On- One, Odis fork

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Tire clearance for *current* Jabberwocky/ Odis fork

Title says all. What wider tires are you using for a late model Jabberwocky? Front\rear clearance for Maxxi Ikon 2.35? tiaRead More »

Drill Odis for fender?

Has anyone drilled a Vassago Odis fork for a front fender (where the fork legs join the steerer tube)? [Edit: before any smart aleck replies, I am well aware that there are holes for fender mounts by the drop outs on the fork. However, the fender I have will not clear my tire if I mount it ther ... Read More »

Question about the Vassago Odis fork and build quality

I just picked up a used Vassago Odis fork. I was looking for something a little more compliant than my Surly Monkey fork. It was a toss up between the Odis and the Salsa Cromoto. Anyways, a used Odis showed up on my local forums for $25. A super deal IMO and if I don't like it, I haven't lost a ... Read More »

Thoughts re: Odis vs Black-Ops Forks

Just switched over from an Odis steel fork to a Origin 8 black-ops carbon on my SS Jabberwocky. As I have seen a lot of carbon vs steel threads (my own included), I thought I would give a brief comparison based on my initial thoughts after a few rides on the black-ops. 1. Weight: Black-ops was ... Read More »

Wait for an ODIS fork?

I have been building up a jabberwocky all winter. The only part I have left to buy is the fork. Would you guys wait and buy a matching ODIS or would you just throw on something with similar dimensions? The salsa cro-moto is only 1 mm longer with the same rake. Would I even notice this. I real ... Read More »

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