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    Beausage is Beautiful Fugazi Dave's Avatar
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    Linkage forks

    I asked this question a couple years ago, but I assume things have changed since then. Does anyone make linkage suspension forks any more? Used to be there was the Girvin, another brand I can't remember, and more recently Look had (no longer?) the Fournales. Any current offerings or have they now totally dried up?

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    German company called Parafork makes one. Interesting . . . check this out:

    http://www.parafork.de/

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    whyte bikes used to have a model with the linkage fork - non-3rd party. not sure if they still make that model.
    That's a lie.

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    Noleen made some, dont know if they still do though.

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