Reply to comment

Sept. 16, 2016, 10:49 a.m. -  801RideOrDie

#!markdown Hey at least they offered to pay for the parts that blew! Unfortunately bikes are machines that need maintenance if you want that silky smooth ride. I've heard that forks on new bikes don't always come with the correct amount of oil in them, so maybe that contributed to the issue? It seems like five or six months of hard riding would be just about the right time to get a rebuild if you've really put 30+ hours on the fork. I've got about 6 months on my new Kona and have had to warranty the shock + rear linkage (cracked) so I understand your pain!

Post your comment

Please log in to leave a comment.