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Volume Bikes Thrasher Forks

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Since the Volume Bikes Thrasher frame released sometime back, many wondered when the forks would drop, and now they have!

Volume bikes thrasher forks are designed for tricks and to consume abuse. This is achieved by heat treatment to the tubing (4130 Heat-Treated CRMO). Weighing in at 2 pounds 6 ounces (with 300 mm steerer). Some specifications are 4.0 mm dropouts, 32.0 mm fork rake, 405 mm axle to crown length, 30.0 crown race, and 1-1/8″ Threadless steerer tube.

Each Volume Thrasher fork has a Lifetime Warranty, and comes in flat black, white, raw, and gold (limited edition).

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Black Mamba Forks

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The Black Mamba forks from Volume Bikes prove to be one of its strongest yet lightest forks. Volume created the forks from 4130 chromoly and had it undergo a 20/20 heat-treating process for a stronger finish. It has a 1-1/8” threadless steerer tube with a built-in crown race for 45º x 45º bearings. The steerer tube extends to 167mm.

The Black Mamba forks also have 4mm dropouts and peg cut-outs. It has 11/8” O.D. legs and comes with an alloy 3/8” ratchet hole compression bolt. The Black Mamba forks weigh 29.8 oz. and are available in black and white colorways. …

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Volume Thrasher Fixed Gear Frame

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volume thrasher fixed gear frame   Volume Thrasher Fixed Gear FrameBy adding the Volume Thrasher to its fixed gear frame line, the makers of the Cutter, Volume Bikes, will attempt to satisfy the markets growing demand for a fixed gear bike with enough tire clearance for better tricks.

The Volume Thrasher will differ from the Cutter’s design by purging the tire overlap and tire contact with the ST. It will continue the slammed rear wheel, however.

Not picked up my the camera is a pretty gold flake over black color scheme. As seen, the Thrasher is covered in yellow Volume decals, which goes against today’s popular trend. Most riders usually seek their own stickers for a personal touch or prefer a bike naked from all decals.

We’ll have more info on this frame, which is still far from production, as it becomes available….

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