Lauf Forks

11 Jul 19
In The Know Cycling

The Lauf Carbonara fork is our newest creation.It is perfect for fat bikes, making them even more playful with 60mm / 2.35″ of travel in a super lightweight 1100g / 2.4lbs package.Key Features:Zero MaintenanceThe design of the Lauf Carbonara is based around eliminating all “moving parts”, and therefore, friction and maintenance. The monocoque carbon fibre […]

25 Jun 19
In The Know Cycling

The Lauf Carbonara fork is our newest creation.It is perfect for fat bikes, making them even more playful with 60mm / 2.35″ of travel in a super lightweight 1100g / 2.4lbs package.Key Features:Zero MaintenanceThe design of the Lauf Carbonara is based around eliminating all “moving parts”, and therefore, friction and maintenance. The monocoque carbon fibre […]

23 Jun 19
In The Know Cycling

In the never ending quest to push the limits of N+1, building up that new hardtail frame with a Lauf Trail Racer 29/27. 5+ Boost Suspension Fork may just be the perfect way to create a unique addition to your quiver of discipline-specific rides. Its eye-catching leafspring design doesn’t attempt…

23 Jun 19
In The Know Cycling

Lauf’s forks have garnered quite the buzz with their leafspring design and unique aesthetic, and there may be no place that maintenance-free bump absorption is better suited than on a fat bike. Inherently quirky, the Lauf’s design seems right at home on a burly frame matched with beefy tires and…

13 Jun 19
In The Know Cycling

In the never ending quest to push the limits of N+1, building up that new hardtail frame with a Lauf Trail Racer 29/27. 5+ Boost Suspension Fork may just be the perfect way to create a unique addition to your quiver of discipline-specific rides. Its eye-catching leafspring design doesn’t attempt…

13 Jun 19
In The Know Cycling

Lauf’s forks have garnered quite the buzz with their leafspring design and unique aesthetic, and there may be no place that maintenance-free bump absorption is better suited than on a fat bike. Inherently quirky, the Lauf’s design seems right at home on a burly frame matched with beefy tires and…

10 Jun 19
Pedals, Packs, and Pinots

Every Cyclist’s Addiction There is no denying that for almost all cyclists, bike upgrades become a borderline addiction once you get fully immersed in the sport. Whether a road, gravel, or MTB enthusiast, the veteran cyclist avidly follows along with the bike industry’s newest trends, while simultaneously grumbling about the bike industry’s lack of standards […]

09 Jun 19
In The Know Cycling

Lauf Grit Suspension Fork The Lauf, or “Leaves”, suspension fork comes to us from the country of Iceland. This Grit version is designed to replace and your gravel or CX frames rigid fork. With no “moving” parts, the Lauf Grit Suspension fork is a ZERO maintenance, highly efficient 30mm travel suspension fork. It makes an excellent option for those who enjoy the simplicity of a rigid fork but would like some additional comfort, traction and capabilities out of their current set up. Drop the bone-shaking beat-down portion of your ride. How does it work? It uses a leaf spring system much like you may have in your automobile. Basically, there are six small leaf springs made of high-performance S2 glass fibers on each side of the fork which, when under load, flex and absorb bumps. The 30mm of travel is progressive, meaning it will be sensitive in the beginning of its travel and stiff towards the end. Features Sub 990 Grams / 2.18lbs 30mm Travel Tapered Steerer (1-1/8″ – 1-1/2″) For 700c or 27.5″ Wheels 47mm* rake 12x100mm and 15x100mm axle version available Minimun 160mm Rotor Maximum Tire Width 700c x 42 or 27.5 x 2.1″ 409mm* Axle to Crown Max rider weight 242 lbs Weight: 900g * For maintained steering characteristics from a 45/395mm rake/A2C rigid fork.

07 Jun 19
Archy Worldys

Curating in a land of spectacular and diverse environments OutsideThe final list of the best parks in each state is very extensive. To do this, I sought recommendations from my colleagues and searched high and low for places that would showcase the natural features of the area – steep cliffs, lush river valleys or vast […]

03 Jun 19
MOSTLY BY BIKE

These days if you haven’t tackled the Dirty Reiver can you even call yourself a UK gravel rider? The Dirty Reiver has become a gravel season opener here and a tough benchmark to measure how favourable the winter months have been to fitness. If you have been hiding inside from the grimness of winter the […]

26 May 19
BikeInsider

There are a lot of people who are new to gravel bikes; some of them are experience cyclists, other are newer to the sport. Either way, there are a lot of new things to consider when looking at road bikes, whether you come from a mountain bike background or a road one. In this guide, […]

25 May 19
News Directory

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24 May 19
Bikerumor

Earlier this year, Nordest launched their affordable Albarda titanium gravel bike, but is stepping up to more adventure capability with this newest gearbox-driven model – the Candonga Ti. Meant to extend your trip to the end of the world and back, the new Candonga gets all of the features you need in a 650b/700c capable […]

16 May 19
Adventures of a Trainee Northerner

It was a cold start and my legs felt a little stiff as we began the 2019 Dirty Reiver. After setting off towards the back of the field with friends Ness and Beate I span along in a friendly crowd and soon began to warm up, even more so as we emerged from the cool […]