I normally ride fixed gear road bikes.
I ride all year around, including severe winter weather.
This year, the ruts and bumps left by cars with chains have pretty much defeated me.
I think a suspension fork on a hard tail mountain bike (with a long travel Thudbuster seatpost) would solve my problem, and it would let me move up to even fatter Nokian's with more studs.
I know less than nothing about suspension forks.
For riding on rough, chain-chewed snow, with a disk brake and fat, studded Nokians, what suspension fork would folks recommend?
Cost-effective (good enough) would help.