In the late 1920’s and early 1930’s, the Race Department experimented with a "trailing link" fork design on factory hillclimb race bikes. This distinctive design was the inspiration behind these reproduction Hillclimb Springer forks.
- The versions for Big Twin rigid and swingarm frames (4-speed) thru 1984 feature a fork stem that works with the included centering collar for 1936-up ball bearings. Moreover the stem also features two Ø1” bearing seats for the use of 1949-up Timken bearings without any modifications. The leg tops accept the 36-up Springer inline handlebars..
- The forks for 45”/750 cc models have a 7/8” fork stem and fit the stock neck bearings.
- Wheel trail equates that of standard Classic Springer forks.