If you’re worrying about whether your fork will clear those spanking new tires you just dropped a fortune on, worry no more with Bearclaw Bicycle’s Ramhorn Gravel+ Fork.
Purposely built for bike packing with dual triple mount bosses on each side of the fork, the 600-gram, carbon-bodied Ramhorn features enough room for 27.5 x 2.8 – 3.0″ or 29 x 2.4 – 2.6″ tires, aka most mountain bike tires. It’s a 15 x 100mm thru-axle, flat- and post-mount (with included adapter) brake compatible up to 180mm rotor, and based on the company provided specs, it looks good and is aerodynamic.
The Ramhorn will be available directly from Bearclaw Bicycle this Saturday, Jan. 5 for $500.
First came the G23 and G27 wheels for the gravel-oriented. Now ENVE is upping the ante further with the new G-series handlebar and fork designed to meet the unique demands of off-road drop bar riding.
The new $550, 520-gram flat-mount compatible fork comes with a 50mm rake and a massive 50mm (😍) tire clearance. The 12mm thru-axle fork is also fender compatible, of course.
As for the bar, besides the 80mm reach and 120mm drop, the G-series bar has a 12mm outward flare at the drops for extra stability, plus a wider clamp area to accommodate accessories such as lights… or controversial items *cough* aero extensions. The $350, electronic-shifting friendly bar is available for $350 in four sizes ranging from 42-48cm, weighing 246-281 grams depending on size. Both the fork and handlebar are available now.