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The fork on a Freestyle Street BMX plays an essential role in the bike's stability, movement precision and shock resistance when performing tricks on urban obstacles. Here is a description of its function, its characteristics and the associated standards:

Function :

1. Stability and precision:

The Freestyle Street BMX fork contributes to the stability and precision of the bike by absorbing vibrations and keeping the wheels on axis while performing tricks on urban surfaces.

2. Shock resistance:

It is designed to absorb shock and impact when landing on hard surfaces such as concrete or metal, providing protection against damage and ensuring the durability of the bike.

Features :

1. Material:

Freestyle Street BMX forks are generally made from chromoly steel or aluminum to combine lightness and strength. Some high-end models can be made of carbon to reduce weight while maintaining the necessary strength.

2. Offset:

The fork offset, which corresponds to the distance between the wheel axle and the steering column axle, can vary depending on the model and geometry of the bike. A larger offset can provide increased stability during tricks, while a lower offset can help the bike's responsiveness and handling.

3. Wheel Compatibility:

Freestyle Street BMX forks are designed to be compatible with standard diameter wheels, typically 20 inches, and tire widths suitable for street riding.

4. Braking system:

Some Freestyle Street BMX forks come equipped with mounts for U-Brake or V-Brake brakes, while others are designed for use with disc brakes.


1. Steering column diameter:

Freestyle Street BMX forks are typically available in standard 1 1/8 inch diameters to fit the head tubes of bicycle frames.

2. Steering system compatibility:

It is important to choose a fork that is compatible with the bike's steering system to ensure proper fitment and optimal performance.