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Author:  R-dubya [ Wed May 10, 2017 8:03 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: A Lovely Ride

First time I saw a single-sided front fork on a pushbike was back in Switzerland in June 2008, where one of the spectators to the local stage of the Tour de Suisse was on one*

I would've included a picture but it seems tonight that the ever-unhelpful Photof**kit has chosen to make the Log-in process even more excruciating than usual, and has completely refused to recognise me at all [-( [-( [-(


*it just had normal mtb wheels, not 'airship' ones. But you won't be able to see that, because Photo-bucket-of-sick are so messed up they couldn't organise a f**k in a brothel 8-| 8-| 8-|

Author:  novocaine [ Wed May 10, 2017 9:59 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: A Lovely Ride

R-dubya wrote:
First time I saw a single-sided front fork on a pushbike was back in Switzerland in June 2008, where one of the spectators to the local stage of the Tour de Suisse was on one*

I would've included a picture but it seems tonight that the ever-unhelpful Photof**kit has chosen to make the Log-in process even more excruciating than usual, and has completely refused to recognise me at all [-( [-( [-(


*it just had normal mtb wheels, not 'airship' ones. But you won't be able to see that, because Photo-bucket-of-sick are so messed up they couldn't organise a f**k in a brothel 8-| 8-| 8-|


a leftie is a pretty cool fork, never really caught on though, what with needing a specific frame and wheel, and being a bit of a pickle to service.
they also did one called a fatty which had the shock in the headtube. same issue.

at least cannondale try to come up with something new.

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