Old 05-16-19, 10:33 AM
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tashi
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If you're being practical, stick with rigid. Good for anything up to high-performance mountain biking. Then it's modern bike time.

If you want a period piece, there's no safety reason or anything to not run a decent-shape suspension fork. Parts may be hard to find, knowledge could be sparse, and I wouldn't trust anything from the 90's that's been ridden hard, but if you want to put together a sweet vintage rig an appropriate fork will really make the build, and do a good job on mellow terrain.
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