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Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by guejar sierra, Apr 1, 2013.
Some feedback about this fork ?
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old as fvck. put it in a museum.
How in the F*** is Risse still in business.
from the looks of their site MTB products are just a portion of what they do . at least their products are not offshore machined
From selling cool iPod cradles-
I've got one of those sitting on my patio right now. After I move and get a real garage again I'm turning it into a shop stool.
It probably won't even make a good stool...
not by that definition of "stool"
From the looks of it Risse are marketing their forks to the fat tire market.
Because who cares about a damping system outdated by a decade and boat anchor weight when you can mount a 4"tire
part of me wonders if they're just trying to burn through decade old inventory
definitely, cant blame them for trying
if they wait a few more years then hipsters will discover an old VHS of "double down" at the thrift store and hucks to flat on 24" wheels will suddenly take off again. If there's anyone out there sitting on a stockpile of seismic hubs, hold on to those bad boys.
pffft the champ on the super 8 is one of the [SUP][SUP] leakiest[/SUP][/SUP] best forks I've ever ridden!
used to ride a risse jupiter 5 on my spooky motorhead, replaced it with an avalanche dhs, never looked back
The last time they were relevant was when they made flat crowns for when the Marzo 888 was released.
Yeah, they're trying to market to the 4" tire crowd but when you click on the pic to expand or zoom in, nothing happens.