What is the bike fork
A fork typically consists of two blades which are joined at the top by a fork crown. The crown is often at the front. Most suspension forks have an arch connecting the two side of the lowers (the part connected to the axle）See the more info about bike fork in wikipedia.
What is the carbon bike fork
As the name suggests, carbon bike fork is a fork made of advanced carbon fiber materials. Compared with aluminum forks, carbon forks are lighter and last longer.
29er carbon bike fork will be trend
As you can see,we have gradually eliminated the small size carbon bike fork, and 29.er carbon fork has become the most popular size currently.
Material: Carbon fiber
The Benefits of carbon fork：
- stiff and strong
- affordable price
How about your carbon fat bike fork
The last piece of your carbon fiber fat bike is our fat bike fork. Many of us may prefer to ride on a suspension fat bike fork, but it’s not that necessary as riding with the fat tire sometimes is enough to absorb these shocks. And yet you can go faster with our carbon rigid fat bike fork.
Thanks to one-piece mold technology, our fat bike fork is only 658g(Includes thru-axle). While other big brands like Enve is almost 800g(Without thru-axle).
Rigid Fork And Suspension Forks
Rigid forks are more conventional forks, consisting of two metal supports that keep the wheel locked in one position with no travel, like a traditional bicycle. Rigid forks are almost always found on hardtail mountain bike frames. A rigid fork produced for a mountain bike will often have one or more bottle cage mounts, which can also be used for front racks. ICAN uses carbon fiber as the material for Rigid forks, which greatly improves the performance and lifespan of Rigid forks
The Rigid forks Pros
Suspension forks are good for most mountain bikers because the travel they provide for the front wheel is ideal for making difficult trails feel more comfortable. A suspension fork also increases the rider's control in especially rough terrain. The rigid fork, however, is much simpler and much lighter and requires none of the maintenance and repairs that a suspension fork may need to undergo on a regular basis. Rigid forks are ideal for riders who need a reliable mountain bike for long trips and bikepacking.