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See where this might be going?

Well, I thought it would only be a matter of time before I heard rumblings about a longer offset Switchblade. It looks as though that time might be now. Rumors are starting to be heard concerning the developement of just such a fork. Officials at Gary Fisher Bicycles are tight lipped about it, saying neither yay or nay. Read into that what you will.

My take is that it would be a huge mistake not to do this fork for Bontrager/Fisher. There are a lot of Rig owners already looking at getting a rigid fork for their G2 bikes and I wouldn’t be surprised if a few hardtail G2 bike owners are thinking along these lines also. While they are at it, why not have an inbetween offset too. Say a 45mm offset? That would give us a lot of tuning options.

Twenty Nine Inches will keep you up to date as we get more on this.