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Code: 270148
Magura Boltron Suspension Fork for E-Mountain Bikes

The Magura Boltron suspension fork has been designed specifically to meet the unique demands of suspension forks on the modern E-Mountain Bike and works with either 27.5” wheels or 29” wheels. Featuring a super-stiff steering tube and upside-down fork legs that can cope with the increased speeds and subsequent forces produced by a faster, heavier E-MTB the Boltron has been developed in partnership with engineers from a motocross background to utilise their experience of working with the bigger forces typically found in motor sport.

The Magura Boltron includes a super-stiff 20mm thru axle to increase stiffness at the hub and provide enhanced steering precision while the upside-down fork leg construction with friction-optimised coatings provide extremely precise responses to both large and small hits. The Boltron E-Bike suspension fork is particularly easy to set up with the negative air chamber’s pressure being set automatically and the compression damping adjusted via shims; this just leaves air pressure and rebound adjustments for the rider to fine tune to their riding preferences. 

 

Specification

  • Travel: 120 mm/150 mm
  • Wheel size: 27.5”/29″
  • Damping: Fixed compression oil damping - rebound adjustable by lower leg knob.
  • Suspension: Air with automatic adjustment of air pressure in negative chamber
  • Dropouts: 20 x 110 mm thru-axle with octagon (non-Boost compatible)
  • Offset: 46 mm
  • Shaft: tapered 1,5″–1 1/8″
  • Installation height: 530 mm for 120 mm travel | 560 mm for 150 mm travel
  • Brake mounting: Post-mount 7″ direct 180mm discs/203 with adapter 

Learn more about the Magura Boltron by watching this video