A rigid carbon fork is good for two things: dumping weight and chiseling your skills to perfection. Specialized's suspension-corrected Chisel Carbon 29er Rigid Fork keeps your geometry dialed, offers slick brake cable routing, and delivers excellent stiffness. The uni-directional carbon monocoque structure with carbon legs, carbon crown, and carbon steerer is featherweight. It's got a 160mm post mount for brakes, an integrated aluminum crown race, and aluminum dropouts that are compatible with standard quick release axles as well as Specialized's OS28 end-caps for increased hub/fork stiffness.
RockShox takes entry level to a whole new level with the XC 28. It delivers 80/100mm of suspension via a smooth coil spring. A tough and light aluminum crown and lowers ensure a laterally stiff fork for pinpoint steering. And, the XC has mounts for both disc and rim brakes, making it compatible with most bikes on the market.
• Cantilever brake mounts • High-tensile steel construction • Threaded fork • Steerer diameter: 1-inch • Steerer length: 200mm • For bikes with 26-inch wheels
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