http://www.bikerumor.com/2013/03/01...-lefty-super-max-long-travel-one-legged-fork/ When Cannondale introduced the Jekyll Over Mountain all mountain bike way back in June 2010, they said riders werent likely to go for a one-sided fork on a 150mm bike, so they went with traditional forks from Fox. But, with the introduction of the Trigger 29er and its 130mm Lefty Super Max, they seems to have changed their mind. Cannondales marketing manager Murray Washburn told us that while the normal Lefty is plenty stiff for normal short travel (up to 120mm), a thicker, stiffer version could go up to 180mm. In reality, its more likely to end up as a 150-160mm option on the Jekyll. Washburn says they have a lot of demand for something like that in Europe, and theyre testing it right now on team rider Ben Cruzs bike. While it seems like an easy transition to modify the 130mm 29er Max, Murray says it takes some time to get the damping characteristics and spring rates right for the intended application. Cruz is riding it now in training, but hell likely start the race season on Rockshox (his sponsor) until the project is a little further along. Even so, it should end up being available at retail by the end if this year. While Cdale was mum on the subject other than to say wed be foolish if we werent looking at it, theres no reason why the Super Max wouldnt make a killer addition to a 650B trail bike, no? In the meantime, as soon as theyre caught up on Trigger 29er bike production, the 29er Lefty Super Max will be available aftermarket likely by mid summer.