Museum of Mountain Bike Art & Technology




  The first suspension fork were sometimes talked about as if they were instruments of the devil.   They were too heavy, unreliable, geometry altering, flexible and liable to spew oil at any time.  Most of these fears had at least an element of truth to them.  AS time went on, they got more reliable, lighter weight and bikes were designed around the longer lengths.  Now it is hard to find a stock bike without a suspension fork!  Check out the galleries below to follow along with their experiments.   Eventually, we will have quite a few models listed so we have broken it down into four sections: Rock Shox forksManitou Forks, Other Forks and Fork parts and accessories.


The slideshow below contains Rock Shox Forks


The slideshow below contains Manitou Forks


The slideshow below contains other forks

Includes: IRD, Marzocchi, 846, Anti Gravity


The slideshow below contains fork parts and accessories