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    Ritchey Carbon 29er Fork

    Did I miss something:

    http://www.bikewagon.com/Forks-Heads...20358-1-2.html

    When did that come out? Looks pretty sweet.

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    Hmmm... doesn't say anything about 29" on their website. Might be a mistake on Bikewagon's part.
    If there were one, I would think they'd have had that on the NAHBS bike instead of the Syncros.Too bad, it does look nice.

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    Specs on the link provided say A-C is 410mm. This is definitely not a 29er fork. We can hope for one in the future!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JST169
    Specs on the link provided say A-C is 410mm. This is definitely not a 29er fork. We can hope for one in the future!
    Ah, good catch.

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    Even if it were a 29er fork, for $429???...I'd rather have a Niner.
    Enjoy the ride!

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    They DO make a 29er fork, but its only available in 'urp.
    Just a regular guy.

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    There is, in fact, a Ritchey 29"er carbon fork. I have held it in my hands. This isn't vaporware either, my buddy actually bought the thing on-line somewhere. It is very similar to the Syncros 29"er fork, only differeing in the steer tube, which is carbon on the Syncros and aluminum on the Ritchey. Suspension corrected for 100mm and 38mm offset, if I recall correctly.

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