Telford launch for new REH Forks products
British brand REH Forks is launching its new range of classic MX forks and yokes at the Classic Dirt Bike Show on February 18/19. The MX units join the already popular trials forks and are introduced after 18 months of testing. They’re offered in three lengths: 30in, 31in and 32in with an option to add ½” to any of those lengths by using an extended top nut, with two travel options – 6.5in for pre-68 and 7.5in for 1968-74 classes. Testing and development has been with former British classic champion Chris Chell, and forks are mounted on a 1971 Cheney BSA, 600cc. For the technically-minded ,REH Classic Moto-x Yokes are machined from solid billet 2014A aluminium, with a spindle in EN16T. They are supplied with handlebar clamps for either fat or standard bars and a full set of bolts to fit 35mm stanchions. Yokes are parallel with a 55mm offset and 170mm between stanchion centres. The underside of the bottom yoke has four M6 tapped holes for a high-mounted mudguard. REH Options, including steel wheel spindles (15mm or 17mm) and spacers, hinged brake anchor bracket, mudguard brace assembly in two sizes, brace clamps, etc are all available. REH also offers a full spares back-up and fork servicing. A pair of assembled fork legs (with oil) will cost £995 and a set of yokes (with spindle, nut, clamps and bolts) will cost £450. More details on www.rehforks.com or from Duncan Macdonald, tel 01751 417371.