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    It will if its been designed properly, which you would expect from a manufacturer, but it does seem to solve a non problem IMO.

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    They've been doing it for many many years on Cannondale mountain bikes. However they do use a single fork leg, not a split pair. The single fork leg is a chunk lighter.

    People seem to like them and after a while it becomes 'normal' to use.

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    It just looks unbalanced, I don't know if I could get my head past that thought.

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    Bit like trikes, sidecars, custom bikes and so on. I like the fact that people are trying to make these things work but don't actually want one.

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    I don't know which part of the bike which makes it unique but it really looks so unique.

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    Default Re: Interesting fork set up on this Husky

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    Is the slightly extended bottom yoke really going to take the same stresses as a normal twin yoke set up without cracking? And that's before wheelies and stoppies are considered.
    Making it shaft drive would solve the wheelie issue.

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