Occasionally, we relish the opportunity to take mountain biking back to the basics with a fully-rigid bike. Nothing makes riding more focused than picking lines without front suspension. Riding rigid isn’t for everyone, but for those who value functional simplicity, the updated ENVE Mountain Fork delivers. With suspension correction lengthened to 120mm and boost axle compatibility, our tried and true rigid mountain bike fork continues to set the benchmark for unsuspended performance. • Removable Mini Carbon Fiber Fender with Hose Retention Clasps • Reversible Drop-out Chips for Adjustable Rake between 44mm and 52mm • Modern Geometry with extended Axle to Crown and 120mm Suspension Correction • Boost Axle Spacing 15 x 110 • Max Rotor Size 180mm • 29×3.0” Tire Clearance with Fender The trusted fork for those who have decided to forgo suspension in favor of a lightweight, rigid mountain bike setup. With over a decade’s worth of carbon expertise baked-in, the ENVE Mountain Fork gains boosted axle compatibility, updated geometry for modern hardtail frames, and mounts for all your accessories. Like its predecessor, the updated ENVE Mountain Fork features reversible drop-out flip-chips to tune the handling characteristics of your bike to your liking, while an integrated-but-removable fender helps keep mud and water off your face. With more than a decade’s worth of experience producing the most trusted and reliable carbon bicycle forks in the industry, we are committed to continually updating our fork offering to meet the needs of the modern cyclist. As such, the recently updated ENVE Mountain Fork is loaded with technical features such as axle flip-chips that can be flipped to tune your ride’s handling characteristics, clearance for 3.0” wide tires, numerous accessory mounts, and a low profile removable fender. While many changes have been made to our flagship rigid mountain bike fork, its construction still utilizes a one-piece construction from the top of the steer tube to the bottom of the drop-outs and maintains the same strength to weight needed for attacking the trail both uphill and down.