In the Sixties, Robin Humphries felt the stock front suspension supplied with most comp bikes was lacking in performance. So, as you do, he decided to make his own under the REH brand and any number of the two stroke makers of the day bought units from him.
Fast forward a year or two, the suspension world moved on, the Japanese factories provided bikes with reliable and good front suspension. Robin moved on too and the REH name was consigned to history until the pre-65 trials world heard about them. Enter Duncan and Judy Macdonald who – under the ARMAC brand – were servicing the mechanical and accessory needs of classic trials riders. “Oi!” said the scrambles lads, “we want a bit of this too… can you do suspension for us?”
Never keen on just sticking something out there, Duncan put his engineering mind to the problem, built some units, involved Chris Chell in development and the front forks are now out there for the scrambles world.
These are brandnew units, can be tailored to a rider’s requirements and are fully rebuildable and serviceable. Visit www.rehforks. com.
Above: The forks have been extensively tested by Chris Chell.