The strutt fork is better to look at than ride, the rideing characteristics are much improved with either a 410 TB P2 or Rockstar, both actually trump a 395 Logic. Looks very stallionesque with a Rockstar fitted.....rides like a tamed one.
Interested in these comments, ridden (albeit fairly briefly) bikes with the strutt fork and thought they were nice - fairly harsh compared to TB P2 or a rockstar but quite liked that if it fits the frame 'feel'. Is that why you don't like it? Not disagreeing with you just interested in what it is you didn't / don't like.
The strutt's a straight line Super, and interrupts (sp?) the lovely sensation when the frame almost flexs back on it's self and kicks again ('well knky'). The Ritchey is ten-fold better again but wont trump the aforementioned duo....plus i like to stand up and smash-it at some point before the out and any (every) increment of height on the front appears to suit me fine and dandelion
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