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Cane CreekHelm Coil 29 Boost Fork

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Helm Coil 29 Boost Fork

Designed for the aggressive rider tackling everything on the mountain and launching hits in the bike park, the Cane Creek Helm Coil 29 Boost Fork provides increased mid-stroke support and a more linear spring curve than its air-sprung brethren, although with a weight penalty in the neighborhood of approximately 265 grams (that's about 9.3 ounces). It retains the 35-millimeter stanchions of the air-sprung version, so you'll enjoy its stiff tracking through rough sections of trail and composed feel on bigger features in the park.

You'll immediately notice it rides slightly higher than a comparable air-sprung fork, providing a more natural feel as it tracks over rugged trail surfaces. It also keeps you in a more upright position as you plunge into steep, formidable descents with less brake dive when it's time to keep your speed in check. In fact, Cane Creek uses five millimeters less sag than the air-sprung version of this fork, since it rides higher in its stroke and doesn't need the extra sag to be more supple and supportive.

The Helm Coil 29 Boost Fork is travel adjustable, allowing you to switch your travel in 10mm increments with no additional parts required, depending on the build or riding application you desire. You can adjust the fork in 10 millimeter increments by moving an internal coil piston, no specialized tools needed. Stock forks include a 55 pound coil spring that's intended for riders weighing anywhere from 160 to 180 pounds, though you'll find 45 and 65-pound alternatives sold separately for lighter and heavier riders alike.

Once you've situated the correct coil spring for your body weight, Cane Creek places a spring pre-load adjustment on the top left fork leg, which provides 16 clicks of adjustment. You'll find the same closed cartridge mono-tube damper used on the air-sprung version providing you with both high and low-speed compression tuning, as well as low-speed rebound adjustment. Additionally, the Helm Coil 29 Boost Fork comes with a 15 x 110-millimeter D-Loc thru-axle, which slips into a set place with a locking latch on the other side preventing it from going anywhere, as well as an adjustment ring for setting the lever's tension.

  • Coil-sprung suppleness and support for aggressive riders
  • Lightweight coil spring makes for a more linear spring curve
  • Damper offers low/high-speed compression and rebound tuning
  • Stock forks come with 55lb spring for 160 to 180lb riders
  • Travel is adjustable in 10mm increments to suit your future rides
  • 35mm stanchions provide stiff tracking over rugged terrain
  • Boost 15 x 110mm D-Loc thru-axle with quick-release lever
  • 45 and 65lb springs available for lighter and heavier riders
Tech SpecsWeight
Tech Specs
130mm, 140mm, 150mm, 160mm
Stanchion Material
Lower Material
Crown Material
Wheel Size
Steer Tube Diameter
1-1/8 - 1-1/2in tapered
Stanchion Diameter
44mm, 51mm
Spring Type
Lightweight Coil Spring (55lb/in)
closed cartridge mono-tube design
high-speed compression (10 clicks), low-speed compression (20 clicks), low speed rebound (15 clicks), indexed travel adjust, spring pre-load adjust
D-Loc 15 x 110mm Boost thru-axle w/quick-release
Max Rotor Size
Brake Compatibility
post-mount disc
Rotor Compatibility
180mm - 203mm
Recommended Use
enduro, trail
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Claimed Weight

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Helm Coil 45 lb and 65 lb springs
not included

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