Leading Axle Fork Legs Kit For Tourers With 23” Front wheel.

The objective of these Fork Legs was to develop and build a new style taking its flair from the 70’s Motocross era. For their conception and design, teamed up with leading suspension and fork manufacturer, American Suspension. Features include an axle that is offset over 1 1/2” forward and around 1/2” lower to give a perfect trail when fitting a 23” front wheel into any touring bike. The kit keeps the full stock suspension travel.

No need to instal travel limiters or uprated springs. Kit is also compatible with American Suspensions Fully adjustable cartridge and suspension kits. A true bolt on, the Leading Axle ™ fork legs simply replace the stock lower legs without the need to remove the fairing, trees or altering frame geometry. The Leading Axle ™ fork leg has the corrected trail built right into the leg and use stock brakes, fender and all fork internals. Legs can be replaced in under two hours which reduces the downtime and labor cost. Patent Pending. At .

6 Responses to “Leading Axle Fork Legs Kit For Tourers With 23” Front wheel.”

  1. 1 P. Hamilton Feb 4th, 2017 at 12:22 pm

    Great idea. How big the market?

  2. 2 Donnie Feb 4th, 2017 at 12:26 pm

    Like the concept and it may work exactly as stated. But not looking too stylish to me.

  3. 3 Leo Pereira Feb 4th, 2017 at 12:28 pm

    Donnie. You buy the function and ease of install.

  4. 4 Jeff Duval Feb 5th, 2017 at 1:13 pm

    We’re currently re-speccing a new 2017 Dyna Lowrider using these lead axle forks as some sort of R&D exercise. The conversion from Bagger to Dyna was kids play. And they do look spectacular when also adapting the rest of the scoot’s style to that SoCal feel.

    Engineering with Flair if you ask me; and even if ya don’t 🙂 ,,,

  5. 5 anthony foy Feb 5th, 2017 at 5:07 pm

    Form truly follows function…..These just make so much sense….. Bravo Rikki!

  6. 6 Feb 8th, 2017 at 11:04 am

    We make 23 trees and these legs. I make the same no mater which one you buy.
    I have ridden both back to back on identical bikes. The leading axle rides better than trees alone on a 23 conversion.
    I also have a leading axle forks on my cr450, and my mountain bike. It works.

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