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Lauf Carbonara Carbon Fat Bike Fork

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Description: Lauf Carbonara Carbon Fat Bike Fork

The Carbonara is Lauf''s newest creation. It is perfect combination for fat bikes, making them even more playful with 60mm / 2.35" of travel in a super lightweight 1100g / 2.4lbs package.

Key Features of Lauf Carbonara Carbon Fat Bike Fork:
  • Wheels: 26” fat / 29+
  • Travel: 60mm / 2.35” travel
  • Weight: sub 1100g / 2.31lbs (175mm steerer with Lauf axle)
  • Unsprung weight: 260g unsprung weight
  • Spring Rate: Regular (best for riders over 175lbs)
  • Axle: 15mm Lauf thru axle
  • Hub spacing: 150mm
  • Rake: 51mm
  • Axle to crown: 494mm
  • Steerer: Tapered 1 1/8” - 1 1/2” (uncut length 250mm)
  • Min rotor size: 180mm
  • Max tire width: 4.8” (26" fat) / 3" (29+)
  • Rider weight limit: 120kg / 265lbs

Carbonara Carbon


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if the rider is small and doesn't weigh a lot can you adjust it?
jack l on Oct 10, 2016
BEST ANSWER: No, the Lauf Carbnonara Carbon Fat Bike Fork is not adjustable.
I have a 2016 Alaskan Carbon. Do you have the bottom steerer tube bearing race to go with this fork? Randy
Theresa Z on Aug 19, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi Theresa,
We do. This is one option that works: http://www.the-house.com/search.html?keywords=framed+crown+race, but our bike shop also has one that is not online. Chat with them: 1 (800) 409-7669
I own a Fatback Corvus small frame. Does it require any modifications to accommodate a Lauf Carbonara spring fork?
SHERI M on May 23, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi Sheri,
I spoke to our bike shop... and no. It will be completely compatible.
I am 6'4 and want get a good Fatbike, will a large frame , with a 155mm top tube work for me?
plain piet on Feb 9, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi,
I would look at the 19" Framed Alaskan Carbon (depending on what you mean by good) Bike. You could ride that comfortably, and it is a sweet bike: http://www.the-house.com/framed-carbon-carbon-build.html More info: http://www.framedbikes.com/ak-carbon-sram-carbon/