|Almost forgotten... This fork almost got lost in my bike room closet! But it's much too good to let go to waste, so I'm letting it go to a new home that'll make good use of it. Are you a Bontrager rider in need of a new fork? If so, get a hold of me.|
|This version has both cantilever brake studs and disc tabs. I've never used discs on this fork...|
|The upper tubes are free from nicks or scrapes and the wiper seals are in great shape. It's clear this fork was produced in an age long since passed, when everything was made of metal. The craftsmanship is evident...|
|Here's a photo of me riding the Marzocchi near Nederland, CO. in the fall of 1999. Photo: B. Ganzel, Layout: MG|
|A preload adjuster sits atop each leg, while the left leg (right side of the photo) includes a rebound adjuster.|
|While I used to own four fine Bontragers, I've divested all but this beautiful blue Race -- my original Bontrager frame. It gets ridden only occasionally, and then only when the sun is shining.|
|Mirror finish... The crown and polished bits still gleam with a luster you have to see to believe! In the late-90s when this fork was produced, Marzocchi quality was unrivaled in the suspension world.|
Thanks for taking the time to check it out... Now get out there and ride!