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rideformula seb-stott's article
Mar 26, 2024 at 7:38
Mar 26, 2024
Review: Formula Belva Dual-Crown Enduro Fork
@hivaru: If there’s something we do well, it’s options. The skill is to offer options that are useful to enough people to make it worthwhile designing, testing, producing, stocking and marketing them. Right now, the straight steerer option doesn’t meet the threshold. That doesn’t mean we’d rule it out though. If enough Belva owners ask for it we’ll look into it. Otherwise the risk is we end up with a product that ties up money, time and R&D opportunities.
rideformula seb-stott's article
Mar 26, 2024 at 7:10
Mar 26, 2024
Review: Formula Belva Dual-Crown Enduro Fork
No plans as of right now. We'll never say never, though.
rideformula seb-stott's article
Mar 26, 2024 at 6:07
Mar 26, 2024
Review: Formula Belva Dual-Crown Enduro Fork
@lkubica: The Belva is an alternative to a long travel single-crown enduro fork. The vast majority of these come with a tapered steerer. So, if you're after what the Belva delivers it's a simple swap from one to the other. If we did offer it with a straight steerer for reach adjust headset compatibility (which is pretty niche) we'd have comments that it was just a DH fork. We can't win 'em all. And we're okay with that.
rideformula seb-stott's article
Mar 26, 2024 at 3:04
Mar 26, 2024
Review: Formula Belva Dual-Crown Enduro Fork
This is something our engineers talk about a lot. It's a balance between giving riders tuning options and making sure they don't get confused and end up with a badly set up fork. The balance is always changing though, which is why we're always talking about it.
rideformula rideformula's article
Feb 7, 2024 at 2:13
Feb 7, 2024
Formula Announces 10 Year Support Promise & 2 Year Transferable Warranty
This is one benefit to not changing our products year-on-year. As the 2016 Cura and 2024 Cura are identical, if we were to discontinue the Cura right now (which we have no intention of doing) we'd hold spares until at least 2034. Which is probably when we're all riding hover-bikes with air brakes…
rideformula rideformula's article
Feb 6, 2024 at 11:22
Feb 6, 2024
Formula Announces 10 Year Support Promise & 2 Year Transferable Warranty
@justinfoil: 2016 is when we transitioned from the previous brake to the Cura. With that overlap we decided to put a line in the sand at 2017 to try and keep things as simple as possible. We do still have spares and parts for many pre-2017 products, so if a customer is after a part we can most often help, we just can't guarantee it.
rideformula rideformula's article
Feb 6, 2024 at 1:38
Feb 6, 2024
Formula Announces 10 Year Support Promise & 2 Year Transferable Warranty
@mior: If you need any info just drop us an email: service@rideformula.com
rideformula rideformula's article
Feb 6, 2024 at 1:31
Feb 6, 2024
Formula Announces 10 Year Support Promise & 2 Year Transferable Warranty
The 2016 Curas are the same as the 2017 Curas which are, in fact, the same as the 2024 Curas. We really don't do model years, so if you need parts for the Curas you bought in 2016, we've got them.
rideformula rideformula's article
Feb 6, 2024 at 1:13
Feb 6, 2024
rideformula rideformula's article
Feb 6, 2024 at 1:13
Feb 6, 2024
Formula Announces 10 Year Support Promise & 2 Year Transferable Warranty
Don't worry, the support dept are fully behind this. Keeping parts, spares and support available for older products is actually something we've been doing for a long time now, which is why the promise is backdated to 2017. It's not killed us yet! This promise just makes things more official. And, in fact, the marketing team care a lot about the support dept. This campaign is, in part, a small way to make sure they get much deserved credit for keeping Formula customers rolling.
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