Originally Posted by Remnant777
What would be the difference between a ridge fork that is suspension corrected for a long travel bike vs
one that is suspension corrected for an (older) short travel bike?
Thanks in advance
You mean rigid fork, right?
The idea behind a suspension corrected rigid fork is to try and approximate the axle to crown dimension of a suspension fork. Some suspension forks have more travel than others, and are therefore taller, so suspension corrected rigid forks come in different sizes, too.
An example of a relatively tall (453mm axle to crown) suspension corrected rigid fork is the one Nashbar sells. http://www.nashbar.com/profile.cfm?c...%20ATB%20Forks
An example of a relatively short suspension corrected fork is the Surly 1 x 1 (413mm axle to crown).
Last edited by well biked; 11-10-07 at 08:41 PM.