Manitou Minute Three 2012 Forks

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With its super lightweight, long travel, and now SPV Evolve damping technology for the ultimate in cornering stability and controlled suspension performance, Minute 3 is the best trail fork money can buy.

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Manitou Minute Three (w/ IT) or Fox TALAS?

Hi guys; Looking to upgrade my fork. Options are Fox Talas 130 or Manitou Minute 3. The reviews place them at the same level. I'm looking for actual advice, experience. Oh, a good factor to consider. Pricepoint has a smokin' deal on Minutes... $324. Plase let me know your thoughts. Ha ... Read More »

Minute Three air adjustment

Anyone have any experience with the air adjustment in the Minute Three? Seems to be such a small volume of air that when I remove the shock pump, all pressure goes with it. Do you reckon the valve is faulty, or is there some technique for really, really quickly unscrewing the pump from the valve tha ... Read More »

Minute three on Tracer? input please

I finally have decided on a Minute three for my 02 Tracer. Anyone on this board have any positive or negative feedback regarding this fork. I tried it on a friends bike for a short ride and was blown away by this fork. Feel of travel and adjustabilty is what really impressed me the most. I value ... Read More »

getting a 04 Manitou Minute three

for my Tracer , what are the goods and bads from some of the folks who currently ride them? From what I can see they seem to be pretty tech. and solid. Any tune and set-up tips would also be appreciated. I weigh 190lbs, ride long distance cross-country, with lots of climbs. I traditionally like my ... Read More »

What to buy Manitou minute one or three.....

Because I am about to buy a Manitou Minute, I need suggestions about wich one to buy..... I have a YETI ASR 03 with a Manitou XVERT 01 fork and want to upgrade my bike with the Minute....I ride 15 to 18 miles 3 or 4 times a week, we do a lot of fast descending in rough terrain and technical climb ... Read More »

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