The award winning standard 20mm Fork Up fits just about any 20mm through axle Fork on the market.
The Fork Up is the most secure, affordable way to easily transport your bike equipped with just about any 20mm thru-axle type fork.
The Fork Up installs easily on your fork before loading it onto your rack. It’s easier then installing your front wheel!
Once installed on the fork, just lift your bike up onto the rack and the Fork-Up fits easily into your rack with ample clearance for disc brakes and low hanging fork legs. Plus, the Fork Up is small enough to fit in your gear bag, and fits on just about any standard fork mount rack made.
Recommended and used by the top pro racing teams, fork, frame & rack manufacturers, and riders from around the world.
The Fork Up Can be rotated over 180 degrees to provide for clearance with other bikes on the rack.
20mm axle/inside diameter, 110mm axle/tube width
Fits all fork-mounted racks including Thule, Yakima, Rocky Mounts, etc.
Welded certified steel body
Built in safety tabs
Durable powder coated blue finish
Fits the vast majority of all 20mm thru-axle forks on the market including, but not limited to:
FOX: 36 Float, 36 TALAS, 36 VAN, and Fox 40
RockShox: Argyle, Boxxer, Domain, Lyrik, Pike, and Totem
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Excellent product tho a little expensive.
Not much competition for this product so seems to commend a high price for what is essentially a piece of tubular steel. Does a very good job tho and I use with Fox 36 VanR front shock.
27 September 2008
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Essential, but at a cost!
This is pretty much essential for certain racks and there is very little choice in the market - so you really pay a ransom for what it is, although I can't complain about the job it does!
28 August 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous work great
excellent product . It will hold strongly and firmly your bike ( a tandem ,in my case, on my car roof rack ! ).
Strong built and nice finition. Highly recommended !
28 November 2007
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