You wouldn't want to put that Groove on a "single" bike, it weighs a ton... German-A and Sandman are working together on a suspension fork: an adapted version of the Flame USD model. It weighs the same as an SC32.Andy FitzGibbon said:That is a Groove 200 reduced to 130 mm.
Not sure what you mean... define "true fat bike" ?tscheezy said:None of those are true fat bikes. They are merely plump.
I'm guessing you mean "None of those are true fat forks", and I'm guessing you said that because they won't take 100 mm rims? MCS did have a Choppers US hundie on his Pugsley/Lefty for a while.tscheezy said:None of those are true fat bikes. They are merely plump.
When I first saw the spec for the fork/hub (105mm spacing, proprietary) I thought, why no 20mm TA, as it already has 110 spacing?caminoloco said:They're still debating wether to use a proprietary axle or supply spacers for let's say a Hope 20mm through axle.
I agree with that principle.BurkeVT said:Fatbikes already have enough non-standard standards. If an existing standard works, use it!