Ride more, eat less
Join Date: Feb 2007
Location: NW Philla, Hoboken NJ, Jamaica/Brooklyn NY
Bikes: Too many but never enough.
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I've used White Bros. MTB suspension forks in the past, they're good stuff, but require special parts that regular bikeshops do not carry/stock, so servicing the forks became a time involving process, missing ride time was unacceptable, so I went back to other brands.
For $650+ the White Bros. recumbent suspension fork is more expensive than my recumbent, I recently purchased a MEKS suspension fork for less than $100, it's got carbon legs, nice damping and compression adjustments, I just need to figure out how to mount it with a linkage steering.