Rigidity that'll move you.
Even though ENVE's MTN Fork is suspension-free, it's got almost as many moving parts as the long travel articles from manufacturers across the industry. A removable/interchangeable fender, a clip for retaining disc brake hoses, axle flip chips to let you adjust the rake — that's certainly a lot more moveable parts than we're used to seeing on rigid forks.
Given the name on the blades, you don't have to take our word for it that this fork is capital-R Rigid. You'll also correctly assume that rigidity doesn't come with a penalty in comfort. While we wouldn't necessarily recommend this for fork for downhill or enduro applications, it certainly holds its own on fast cross-country ribbons and washboard.
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Reviews & Community
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Was using a non-descript carbon rigid fork prior to my new ENVE. There is a noticable difference with the new ENVE! The fork is firm and planted but has a bit of compliance so that it doesn't feel "tinny" . Great fork! Will change frames before I trade out this fork on my rigid single speed! Yeti Big Top 29er
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
probably the best rigid fork I've tried so far. Excellent quality and craftsmanship. It comes with the thru axle, mud guard and hardware to mount your disc calipers.