The Bartlett

15 Jun 2018

Light enough to be at home on a long-travel all-mountain bike, but stiff and durable enough for freeride and bike park abuse, the Bartlett is in a class of its own.

 

The dual-crown design provides space efficiency over a single-crown - allowing for longer travel at shorter axle-tocrown lengths - as well as stiffness and steering precision that’s unmatched. Features like the highly-tunable FulFill™ air-spring, low-pressure IFP damper, PSST™ pressure relief valves, and Outcast™ arch design carryover from the award-winning Ribbon.

 

In addition to our acclaimed Ramp Control™ technology, the Bartlett also features tunable air-spring volume by way of threaded spacers that attach to the Ramp Control™ cartridge. So it may easily be used as a secondary fork by riders heading to the bike park or using their enduro bike for DH racing, the Bartlett uses “Boost” 15x110 spacing - allowing those riders to use their existing wheels.

 

The Name:

 

The Bartlett takes its name from the natural sandstone freeride playground of Bartlett Wash in nearby Moab, UT. The Bartlett is the perfect fork for the new breed of ultra-long-travel bikes that are bridging the gap between all-mountain and downhill.

 

Specs:

Stanchion Size: 35mm Travel: 170, 180 or 190mm Weight: 5.5 – 5.7 lbs. Spring System: FulFill independent positive and negative chamber system External Adjustments: Positive air-spring pressure, negative air-spring pressure, 8-position low speed compression, 16-position Ramp Control and rebound Internal Adjustments: Travel (170-190mm), air spring volume Brake Mount: 180mm PM Wheel Size Options: 27.5”, 29” Axle: Boost spacing – 15x110mm, QR axle standard, “tooled” bolt-on axle optional Axle to Crown: 368.5mm (27.5”), 388.5mm (29”) Offset: 49mm (27.5”), 51mm (29”) Colors: All black chassis with 9 decal color options.

 

 

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