Manitou Dorado Pro 2013 Forks

DESCRIPTION

  • Travel: 180 and 203mm
  • Chassis: Aluminium legs and crowns
  • Spring: Dual-chamber air
  • Hub interface: 20mm HexLock
  • Damper: TPC

USER REVIEWS

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[Jul 12, 2013]
sidehiller1
All Mountain Rider

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

This fork is very plush and adjustable. Soaks up the bumps, rocks, and logs really well. Pedals uphill well too. Doesn't dive while braking. Works very well for rough trail riding which is what I use it mostly for, on a long travel 29 inch bike. No maintenance issues yet.

Weakness:

Weighs a little more but worth it for the ride down.

I have this 2012 fork on a 2012 Niner WFO 9 bike. I don't believe there are any differences in the 2012 and 2013 model Dorado Pro forks. I use it for trail and off trail riding. It works exceptionally well on the downhill on our rough trails. This fork continues to impress me every time I ride, especially the rough stuff such as rock gardens. It soaks up the bumps like they are not there.

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