VooDoo Zombie Fork 29er Forks

4.67/5 (3 Reviews)
MSRP : $66.99

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Product Description

The VooDoo Zombie Fork is something like magic. It can be used on a 26” bike or a 29” wheel bike.The Zombie fork is made of welded CrMo blades with 1.5” rake. It is best suited for 29” bikes however can be used for 26” bikesThat are designed around 130mm Travel forks. Canti/ Disc version: Detachable brake studs with Two positionsTo fit 26” or 29” wheels, or may use International Standard 51mm discTabs (remove brake studs) Disc Only Version: Interna

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by todd buckingham a Racer from SA, TX

Date Reviewed: June 9, 2011

Strengths:    more compliante than my redline fork and is spot on in is performance,turns well, brakes well, nice rake at 38 degrees, good paint

Weaknesses:    none

Bottom Line:   
very nice for the price, not rock hard as some rigid forks, but steers and traks well in the turns and respones in the tech stuff.

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Favorite Trail:   Rock Hill Ranch

Duration Product Used:   1 Year

Price Paid:    $80.00

Purchased At:   Performance

Similar Products Used:   redline, rockshox air tora

Bike Setup:   custom ti frame, avid sd7 v-brakes, 29er, wierwolf 2.55, surly hubs, mavic rims, profile racing cranks and bb

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by mdavenpo2000 a Downhiller from Atherton, CA

Date Reviewed: August 25, 2009

Strengths:    Very "plush" for a rigid 29er fork. My Karate Monkey fork felt like a ramrod compared to the Zombie. A friend of mine has tried carbon ridig niner forks and other cromoly rigid forks, and and the Zombie. I bought it on his recommendation. He said the rest were like ramrods. Buy this one. Best no-bang for your buck.

Weaknesses:    Zero. Killer fork for the price.

Bottom Line:   
Buy this fork if you are looking for a rigid niner fork. It is significantly more "plush" than my KMonkey fork. And per my bud, more "plush" than any rigid carbon fork out there.

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Favorite Trail:   Skeggs Point

Duration Product Used:   6 months

Price Paid:    $60.00

Purchased At:   Cambria

Bike Setup:   Surly KMonkey, 8x3.

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by bobbotron a Cross Country Rider from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Date Reviewed: August 6, 2009

Strengths:    Strong, fender eyelets, mounts for V brakes and discs. The fact that the v brake mounts are removable is a nice touch. Rides nicely and steers well. The V brake mount is adjustable, so you can run V's with 26 and 29 inch wheels.

Weaknesses:    There are probably lighter steel forks out there, but probably not by a ton.

Bottom Line:   
I bought this fork with my bike. The price is great, it is more affordable than some other rigid forks. It's a solid fork, it can hold up to a lot of abuse.

For a while I had a White Brother BW1.0 suspension fork on the bike. It was appreciated for hitting big stuff; the voodoo is terrific for climbing and not noticeably different on small bumps.

I think this is a terrific 100mm rigid fork. The quality is good, price is great and it has a lot of options in setup.

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Favorite Trail:   Kanata Lakes

Duration Product Used:   1 Year

Price Paid:    $60.00

Purchased At:   Phat Moose Cycles

Bike Setup:   Voodoo dambala 29er

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Voodoo Zombie 500 Rigid Fork - 120mm Suspenion Corrected?

I've never built up a bike from scratch before and I'm trying to understand suspension corrected measurements for a new rig. So, I'm looking for some feedback to see if I understand things correctly as I've always used a bundled rigid fork. The Voodoo Zombie rigid fork is 500mm long for the axle- ... Read More »

Does anyone know the weight of a Voodoo zombie 29er fork?

Does anyone know the wieght of a Voodoo zombie 29er fork? [url]http://www.bikeparts.com/search_results.asp?id=BPC122737[/url]Read More »

VooDoo Zombie fork and Racing Ralph tire. Will tire fit?

I have a Zombie fork and want to throw a Racing Ralph 2.4 together with it. I also have a Soul Cycles 1st generation Dillinger fork that has more tire clearance than the Zombie...but the Zombie is MUCH stiffer than the Dillinger.(more Clyde friendly IMO) Will the Ralph/Zombie combo work?Read More »

Any big Clydes running a Voodoo Zombie 29er fork?

I just got this fork for a build. I have a Soul Cycles Generation 1 Dillinger also. The Dillinger is nowhere near as burly and solid as the Zombie. I thumped and plucked the 2 forks (like a tuning fork) . the Dillinger had a low pitch "gongy" sound and vibrated more in my hand as I held it by the st ... Read More »

Voodoo zombie fork

I just picked up my Dambala from the great Phat Moose Cycles here in Ottawa last night. I got to help build it up, I'm pretty happy with the build! I went with the stock rigid voodoo zombie steel fork. I was surprised how beefy the fork is! I was kind of worried it was going to be under built. ... Read More »

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