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DIY the Twin Tip chipset adjustment

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DIY the Twin Tip chipset adjustment

The Twin Tip fork has been on the market for over three years now, and through riders opinion's and our R&D Department the specification has developed since then. During this time we have gained a lot of personal experience while using it and managed to gather plenty of feedback from other riders.

We are aware, that not every RONDO rider is tech-geek and may be confused how to change the chipset possition and what it actually does for a riding. Below we have prepared videos for each version of the fork available on the market.

 

You can find the TwinTip fork V1 in the following RONDO bikes:

  • 2020 Rutt AL2
  • 2020 Rutt ST2
  • 2020 Booz
  • all other 2019 models and older 

 

 

The Twin Tip V2 fork has been used in the following models:

  • Ruut AL1, ST1, CF0 CF1, CF2, Ti
  • 2020 Bogan

 

 

 

So now, when you know how to change the axle possition, it's time to define your style of riding and make proper adjustmenst.

The 'lo' position of the axle (resulting in higher stack, slacker angles, etc) is the optimum setup for going fast in rough, technical terrain or long distance endurance riding and touring on flat gravel roads.

 

The 'hi' axle position (that puts you in a more aero position and gives the bike a steeper head angle) is appropriate for going fast on smooth tarmac or fast, flat gravel roads.

 

RIDING STYLE

TERRAIN

AXLE POSITION

FAST/RACING

FLAT/SMOOTH

HI

FAST/RACING

TECHNICAL

LO

ENDURANCE/TOURING

ALL

LO

 

 

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