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MTB fork, each discipline has its own fork.

The choice of your mountain bike fork is decisive on your bike. Not only because it determines your riding efficiency, but also because it is connected to the frame, therefore to the heart of your mountain bike.

There are as many forks as there are disciplines, freeride, enduro , all mountain, cross country, downhill.

MTB fork, what travel?

The question to ask yourself first, and what are you going to use the bike for? Indeed, a 100 mm fork will be effective on uphill terrain, but you will quickly be limited on the descents.

While a travel between 150 and 180 mm is ideal, more versatile, you can easily practice all-mountain or enduro.

On the other hand, a fork with more than 180 mm travel will be reserved only for pure downhill.

MTB fork, offset in all of this.

Also called offset, it is the distance between the axis given by the fork pivot and the axis of the wheel, it is generally between 40 and 45 mm.
Close 40 mm, the fork will be responsive to the steering, closer to 45 mm, it will be more stable

MTB fork, constraints related to the frame.

You cannot mount any fork on your frame, you will have to respect the parameters:

  • Pivot diameter
  • Diameter of your wheel
  • The type of brake caliper