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  1. #1
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    what fork this is?

    Can anyone help me find what fork this is? I saw the fork spec'd on a small UK-based company's gravel/adventure bike...but I cannot for the life of me remember the name of that company. It is orange with mid-blade and fender mounts, HUGE tire clearance, like, 2.25" 29er tire huge, flat mount discs. it has pattern in green on the inside of fork blade and a little mustache looking logo on the shoulder of the fork blade.
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    The Orro model doesn't have the mid fork fender eyelts though, and their logo isn't a longbow or mustache (but they do have an orange bike...).

    Stil looking

    Based on the graphic near the fork crown I googled 'longbow bike UK" and found this:

    I think that's pretty funny but I don't know why

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