What are the bike forks?
A bike fork
is the component of a bike that supports the front wheel. A bike fork
typically consists of two edges that are connected at the top by a forkhead. The head is often at the front. Most suspension forks have an arch attaching the two surfaces of the lowers It is usually in front of the support but not always.
Bike Fork Mount
A bike fork mount
is mounted on the head profile rail and supports different improvements and thus a very dense positioning of the bike. You can relocate the bike fork mount
in the rail and set it around its axle and thus optimally place the handlebar. You can buy a bike fork mount from Sram
, DT Swiss
Mountain Bike Fork
Mountain bike fork
takes a huge bulk of the riders weight, as mountain biking recognizes the cyclist often riding with more load over the front of the bike. The leading wheel is connected to the mountain bike fork
lowers, while the supports are connected to the head tube of a bike by the fork steerer.
Types of Bike Forks
The Classic II fork mount ensembles all bikes provided with regular quick release skewers like vacationing bikes, sportbikes, and mountain bikes.
The SMTB15 fork mount is manufactured for bikes with a 15mm thru axle. There is a variant for a fork of 100mm and also one for the more modern advanced model with a fork of 110mm.