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May 8, 2019, 4:42 p.m. -  Andrew Major

I mean, Walt could always build you a custom fork to replicate the 120mm - 20% sag suspension fork.  The problem I’ve found with carbon forks is they’re mean as ... in aggressive terrain. The problem with long (suspension corrected) steel forks is they can flex rearward until breaking loads. Anyways, the fork I would have loved to try on the Chameleon is the stock rigid fork of the Niner ROS-9+. I haven’t ridden it myself but from what I hear for suspension corrected it’s good all around.  Certainly a challenge in my mind that led me to a custom rigid-specific (non-suspension corrected frame and fork combo).

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