Posted by
RichardCunningham
Oct 23, 2012

Results Posted:

After poll is taken

What kind of fork do you ride?

Click all the boxes that apply

39 Comments

  • + 16
 hhmmm starting to wonder what all these polls are for.....
paranoid conspiricys of bicycle industry mass marketing siutes Razz
  • + 4
 they are funny if you have many bikes, as you just tick most of the boxes.
  • + 1
 nojzilla gets it.. im thinking on.. whats in it for pinkbike.. knowledge is power.. and Always comes at a cost..
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  • + 6
 Please add option: non-suspenion fork. Don't forget about road and cyclo-cross riding mates.
I ride dual crown 888 RC3 Evo v.2 for DH and single crown carbon non-suspenion fork for road. Smile
  • + 9
 "other" Smile for my rigid
  • + 18
 really?? i thought you would ride double crown rigid for road
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  • + 10
 fox 40 for the win bros
  • - 1
 Rigid ftw! JUST KIDDING!
  • + 2
 whats wrong with good ol rigid??
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  • + 6
 The travel options are really confusing and don't really make sense. They could have been thought through better. For example, which do I tick if I run 160mm forks, which I do?
  • - 1
 i run 180mm, so i guess i check 2 boxes just for the travel..?
  • + 1
 I also ride 160mm, I ticked 2 boxes
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  • + 4
 Really interesting to see that air has overtaken coil in popularity! And there are alot more 160-180mm forks than i expected!

Rockshox lyrik rc2dh solo air 170mm rider here Smile
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  • + 6
 specialized e150 with a 25mm axle. don't see to meany of these.
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  • + 1
 it's a good way of testing the waters on the pink bike population in that you can see how many people are riding a certain type of bike such as travel there are a lot of dh'ers on this site (180mm) but i did not know the xc population (100mm) was a decent size on his site too which i did not realize until now
  • + 1
 That's probably all the dirt jumpers on the site not xc riders
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  • + 1
 Here you go Pb. Posters ride what works and lasts. SC and DC, long travel, springs and fat axles. Not 29ers, XC and dropper posts, solenoid suspension and other marketeers wet revenue dreams.
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  • + 3
 nice job forgetting about rigid, you sure make some lousy polls.
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  • + 3
 Should defo be a rigid option
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  • + 4
 Where's a rigid option?
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  • + 1
 This poll seems way to vague to get you any sort of good info. I have 3 bikes after selecting all that apply i only had 4 boxes not checked.
  • + 2
 Same here. With 4 bikes, I pretty much cover everything except the inverted stanchion.
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  • + 1
 It's all about the bos idylle for me..... Heavy yes but oh they are smooth...
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  • + 2
 haha my Dorado and Fox 32 w/15mm thru axle covers about 10 of those.
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  • + 1
 Marzocchi Bomber 55 RV!!!!
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  • + 1
 Only 3 boxes left un-checked Smile
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  • + 1
 ill stick with my rockshox argyles... 100mm... love em
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  • + 1
 here's a point for extermination of qr forks.
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  • + 1
 fox 40 rc2 with 20mm axle and 200mm of travel
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  • + 1
 Marketing polls for the weekend warriors
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  • + 1
 Still rocking the RS Psylo which uses fluid in place of air...
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  • + 1
 more air sprung than coil, hmm interesting
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  • + 1
 Cool, I'm Canadian?
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  • + 1
 Manitou Gold Label 20mm
  • + 1
 float 180mm
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