X-Fusion Teases First Dual Crown Suspension Fork?

As X-fusion puts it, let the speculation begin! Since they began as a suspension brand 10 years ago, a dual crown downhill fork has been conspicuously absent from their line up. It looks like that is about to come to an end with their latest “spy” video which shows a dual crown fork in testing under John Hauer. You only see the back of the fork from the video, but a few things are apparent – the fork looks to have a 1 1/8″ steerer like most dual crowns, the stanchion size looks to be around 35-36mm, and there are some interesting ports on the fork lowers which could be air bleed ports similar to those on the new Fox 40. We’re sure to get more info on the new fork as we lead up to Sea Otter, but until then what do you think?

Comments

hitar_potar - 03/08/13 - 5:32am

Probably gonna be light, as most of their offerings. If it’s as good working as thei other forks are, according to people, it will be one sweet option! :)

Face Palm - 03/08/13 - 11:08am

“Since they began as a suspension company a few years ago”

You mean when they started building suspension 20+ years ago?

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