News & Reviews
- Jun 26, 2009
Magura's new 29er fork will fill a niche that is rapidly growing, providing more options for the discerning big wheeled cyclist. Check out Vernon Felton's first impressions on the fork for an idea of what it's made for.
By Vernon Felton
Courtesy of Bike Magazine
Some days just don’t play out the way you plan them. Take today for instance…. Today, I was going to slap Magura’s new 29er fork onto my bike, give it a test run on a solid four-hour ride and call it all good before heading out for a week of riding in Sun Valley, Idaho. Today, however, was also the day that I discovered that I’d cracked the headtube on my bike, which is why you’re looking at a picture of a fork that’s distinctly unattached to a bike.
Bummer, eh? I really liked that frame.
Ah well, at least I can give you a glimpse of the fork before I head off into the garage and slap it on a different bike.
To read Vernon's full review on the new fork, read the full post on Bikemag.