Just like the title says, does anyone make a non custom, non-suspension corrected (440mm-ish), v-brake compatible rigid 29er fork?
Kelly did in its Roshambo fork. I have one on my Chester. Of course, Kelly is now defunct, but you may be able to find something on Ebay.indigosky said:
my research found it to be easier and cheaper in the end to just get a disc only 26er fork and do the front disc thing.indigosky said:
But you have to deal with their shady nature from what I understand. Sibex sadly does not have a good name in these forums if memory serves me well. Can anyone validate or correct that for me?shishku said:Sibex makes a ti fork like you want. Check their website, I know Quality is their new distributor.
Sibex as a company hasn't had a good rep on the forums. Not just their product (which is a re-branded spicer fork). That's what I'm saying. They do something to improve their name I'd consider their product.shishku said:Sibex is distributed through Quality now, which is a good sign. Keep in mind this is an ultralight component.
This is what I ended up going with. Thanks for the tip!James M said:nycbikes.com has a crossdisc fork that they advertise as being "Available in either Cross (415mm Axle to Crown) or 29'er (435) Blade Length.mm". Not sure of the quality or tire clearance but at $59.00 it is somewhat cheap.