January 25, 2011
1 of the biggest pros is the lightweight. it weighs about as much as some single crown forks with the benefits of a dual crown fork. another is the added stiffness up front to help steer through the rough stuff. a great fork for light riders under 160 pounds or so.the company is out of Colorado and has great customer service which is a plus if you have any questions or concerns. it has 2 crown options flat or drop. it has just over 7 inches of travel, and when bottomed out it is not harsh even off 10 foot drops.(which is bigger than the fork is intended for)
finding the magic sweet spot in the settings can be tricky. would also like a smoother travel, some stiction can be felt. not a good fork for heavy riders.
while not a full on down hill fork it can handle quite a bit of abuse, I'm on my 3rd year with the same fork and only had 1 rebuild due to large drops offs between 5-8 feet week after week. if you are looking for a cheaper fork than the fox 40 or the boxxer world cup, and you're not a full out hucker, this is a great fork for the money. I love my fork and would recommend it for the all mountain rider and most lightweight DH riders. it is a fork that is designed for downhill but not the knarliest courses.