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ok so here goes, i am insane. just wanted to put that up front. for all to see.


i live in holland and have a "blast"- no not from living here. 2004. good solid bike and fun too.

well i have the 100mm shock and all that. but "what the hell" we said one night after a few beers and then came out "wonder if there is a solid fork on the market for the blast"...

hmmmmm

started to wonder. what if it were possible to find an unruly, ugly fork that would keep the same geometry of the bike but take away the sponge shock feeling (i know i could get a better shock). so, errrr like a regular fork like i had on my 1990's rock hopper.

there be no hills in holland, think about that.

just a question to see if it is possible.

later

VF
 

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Kona's DJ Project 2 fork...

vleesfiets said:
ok so here goes, i am insane. just wanted to put that up front. for all to see.

i live in holland and have a "blast"- no not from living here. 2004. good solid bike and fun too.

well i have the 100mm shock and all that. but "what the hell" we said one night after a few beers and then came out "wonder if there is a solid fork on the market for the blast"...

hmmmmm

started to wonder. what if it were possible to find an unruly, ugly fork that would keep the same geometry of the bike but take away the sponge shock feeling (i know i could get a better shock). so, errrr like a regular fork like i had on my 1990's rock hopper.

there be no hills in holland, think about that.

just a question to see if it is possible.

later

VF
I believe there are others like ON-One and KHS (from their Rigid One) that have similar forks.
 
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