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Manitou Mountain Bike Forks

Specialising in mountain biking parts and accessories, Manitou is a name you can trust for high-performance forks. They are robust and durable no matter what terrain you are riding on, while offering superior suspension and damping capabilities. Select from their top-of-the-range Mattoc and Dorado Pro mountain bike forks, as well as Mastodon, Machete, Circus and Markhor models. Manitou components and parts for mountain bike have built a reputation for being great quality at a relatively affordable price.

Dorado Pro

The Dorado Pro is one of the best Manitou forks on the market, featuring 7050 aluminium legs and an inverted construction, as well as a dual-chamber air spring. They boast TPC+ damping with independent high and low speed compression options, a hydraulic bottom-out and top-out feature and a HexLock 20mm thru-axle.


If you’re mountain biking in freezing cold snow and searing hot deserts, the Mastodon is one of the best Manitou bike forks for the job. They are available in both standard and extended ride height versions, with a 34mm trail chassis that is stiffer and steers more precisely than any other fatbike mountain bike fork on the market. These Manitou tapered bicycle forks offer the ultimate in all-temperature performance.


Purpose-built for slicing down the trails, the Machete comes with Absolute+ damping in a lightweight chassis. It boasts external compression and rebound adjustments for greater flexibility, while remaining simple and robust for any adrenalin junkie.


The Mattoc has sent the benchmark for mountain bike forks, with outstanding adjustability and exceptional damping performance. They feature low-friction dust seals to enhance the fork’s small bump sensitivity and IRT air spring adjustability, as well as a HexLock axle and 7050 aluminium leg. In addition to the Mattoc bike forks by Manitou, check out their Legacy range that includes the Marvel, Minute, Magnum and Match forks.

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