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forks for cannondale sl4

Hello. Could you please advise on which fork you would recommend for the cannondale sl4. I do mainly trail riding. With the odd cross country event.
Price range of about 300 give or take.
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Any standard 100mm XC fork with 1.1/8" steerer should be compatible (going by the spec listed here - http://www.cannondale.com/gbr/2013/...)
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