Bike Hoarder wrote:
Later rigid forks are usually 'suspension adjusted', ie; they are longer than normal ones to match the length of suspension forks.
Would look much better with some Pepperoni forks, and some flat bars, but that's just my opinion, it's your bike, your choice.
Nice white frame though, very clean looking.
I accept that the later 'suspension adjusted' forks are longer.
That's my point - the ones fitted aren't
the longer type.
But you're probably right about Pepperonis and flat bars being the best for looks. That said, I just tried mocking it up with some Pace RC30s and a Fred Salmon flat bar/stem combo and that looks pretty cool too.
Still tempted to get hold of some Peps though...
1996 TJ Flying Gate, 1987 Rotrax, 1969 curly Hetchins Magnum Bonum, 1956 Bates BAR, 1955 Gillott, 1955 Claud Butler Avant Coureur Special, 1953 Ernie Clements Special Course, 1950 Granby, 1948 FH Grubb lugless, 1938 WJ Hood Palace Special