Tumbleweed Prospector Fork

Tumbleweed Prospector Fork

$375.00

The Prospector fork comes in three varieties:

110mm BOOST Spaced fork with 15mm thru axle

135mm rear spaced QR axle (soon to be discontinued)

150x15mm

All feature:

  1. Triple bottle mounts (backside facing to allow for better rack clearance)
  2. Internal cable routing for dynamo hub
  3. Rack and fender mounts
  4. 1-1/8″ steerer

The 135mm spaced chromoly fork with rear wheel disc brake spacing. This is the only fatbike fork standard with any kind of expedition benefit, as you can find a replacement rear disc wheel or hub nearly anywhere in the world. It also adds some additional flexibility in the form of drivetrain redundancy, since the front and rear wheels are swappable. For example, one could use a derailer hub in the rear and a single speed hub in the front for a long trip in a remote location without access to any bike shops. 

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Description

The Prospector fork comes in three varieties:

110mm BOOST Spaced fork with 15mm thru axle

135mm rear spaced QR axle (soon to be discontinued)

150x15mm

All feature:

  1. Triple bottle mounts (backside facing to allow for better rack clearance)
  2. Internal cable routing for dynamo hub
  3. Rack and fender mounts
  4. 1-1/8" steerer

The 135mm spaced chromoly fork with rear wheel disc brake spacing. This is the only fatbike fork standard with any kind of expedition benefit, as you can find a replacement rear disc wheel or hub nearly anywhere in the world. It also adds some additional flexibility in the form of drivetrain redundancy, since the front and rear wheels are swappable. For example, one could use a derailer hub in the rear and a single speed hub in the front for a long trip in a remote location without access to any bike shops. 

Reviews

  1. Ollie

    What’s the axle to crown measurement on the boost fork?

  2. Adam Macbeth

    483mm for the boost fork Ollie.

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