Fork is finished

It’s done! Finally. This is a big fork. 510mm length, 51mm offset, and it’s pretty heavy.  It copies the Fox Float fork for the “G2” geometry, for a frame I’ve yet to build…that’s coming next.  It turned out OK for my first fork, but the real goal was to learn and that I did.  Forks are a lot of work but they make or break the ride in my opinion.  Next fork will be a non-unicrown fork, or a 5-piece or Yo Eddy style fork.  I don’t generally like the ride or look of unicrowns, but i thought they’d be the easiest to fabricate.  Not so sure about that…

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