In the heyday of Springer forks, i.e. the 1940’s and 50’s, the inward tilted risers and matching clamps made by Stelling & Hellings were the hot ticket. Just the right parts to stand out in a crowd of Knuckleheads and Flatheads. Today original ones are nearly impossible to find so these perfect reproductions really fill a gap for dressed-up classics. Meticulously made down to the details and ready to bolt on. The selection inlcudes narrow and wide versions of the respective clamp type.
- for Springer fork
- fits Big Twin 1946-1948
Inline vs. Offset
Classic Springer Forks are produced for different frame rakes.
- In the beginning, both the main tubes and the steering stem were in the same plane. This is called "inline". The rake is 0°. Of this type were all 45” Springer forks 1936-1957 and all Big Twin forks 1936-1945.
- From 1946 onwards the Big Twins had the neck angle increased to 30°. To maintain fork inclination and ground clearance, the steering stem was tilted to the rear by 3°. We call these forks Offset -3°, they were stock on 1946-1948 Big Twins.
- When building a bike with ≥+8” extra long forks you don’t want the steering neck so high and inclined that the bike is difficult to steer. Therefore such forks are manufactured with a positive rake, i.e. the steering stem is inclined to the front by 3°. We call these forks Offset +3°.
Faber Cycle Stelling & Hellings Risers
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