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Claimed to be the 'strongest fork ever made'. The Storm Fork is made from 4130 chromoly, and has two offset options. Eclat spent two years extensively developing these forks so that they can hold up to some hefty riding. The Storm Forks are backed by a lifetime guarantee.
Introducing our new Storm Fork, the end result of over 3 years of extensive research and development into how we could make one of the strongest BMX forks possible. After years of work, and countless hours of laboratory and real life rider testing with the PRO team, we believe we have reached a new benchmark in BMX fork strength.
Don’t let the Storm fork’s subtle appearance deceive you, this fork is a well-calculated balance of tubing thickness, material specification and our own heat-treatment process – ensuring that it can hold up to more abuse than any fork before it. Despite the huge increase of strength in this fork we still used a clean and simplistic design. We also kept the weight to a minimum, making it much lighter than you would expect.
Backed by our full Lifetime Guarantee.
|Legendary lifetime guarantee|
|2 years of development|
|Black or Chrome Option|
|Slightly longer steerer tube length for use with taller head tubes and Gyro installations|
|Steerer Length: 170mm|
|Wheel Size: 20"|
|Material: 4130 Chromoly|
|Dropout Size: 10mm|
|Offset: 20, 25 & 30mm|
|Weight: 1015g / 2.38lbs|
This steerer length is kind of long. Longer steer tubes require more headset spacers or a frame with a longer head tube. They will also make the bars higher up naturally.
Which offset is right for me?
20mm: Steep, responsive, and snappy. This is one of the steepest offsets available. Turns will happen fast and feel quick. Nose-manuals will pop up really easily.
25mm: Classic offset for steep and responsive forks. Best for people who need a responsive ride, but not overkill.
30mm: A longer offset that will make the bike feel controlled when steering. Less responsive and slower cornering.
Designed for front wheels with a 10mm front axle. If your front axle is smaller than your rear, its 10mm.
To be honest, I don't ride much Eclat. However, they are still a good brand. The Storm forks are less expensive than most at $135, and they have some amazing quality. I really like the simple design and the 3 offset options.
It would be nice if they had more color options though.