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G2 OTF Fork Bleeder

5.00 out of 5
(1 customer review)

$69.95

Designed for 5 time national off-road champ Paul Whibley Releases fork pressure while you ride. Maintains supple fork action.

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Product Description

G2 Challenge: Provide a way for Paul Whibley to bleed his forks during grueling 3+ hour events.

G2 Solution: The OTF Fork Bleeder System During normal operation, your forks build unwanted air pressure which quickly changes fork performance from supple to harsh. This is most noticeable on small stutter bumps, rocks, roots, etc. The OTF Fork Bleeder System allows you to quickly bleed this high pressure with a simple button. This button is mounted near the left grip flange horizontal to the handlebar. This allows you to push the flange into the button as needed without effecting your race concentration.

G2 Key Points:

  • Machined from 6061 aluminum in the USA!
  • Quickly assembles using “push-to-connect” fittings.
  • Includes button mount, plastic tubing, Y fitting, 90 degree elbows – everything needed!
  • Installs in minutes!

Additional Information

Weight .45 lbs
Dimensions 1 x 1 x 1 cm

Related Video

G2 OTF Fork Bleeder from Gary Gibbs on Vimeo.

Air Bleeder Installation from Gary Gibbs on Vimeo.

1 review for G2 OTF Fork Bleeder

  1. KG

    :

    Installation was really easy; the fittings are press-fit and quick-release if you need to pull the hose back out.

    Fit and finish are top notch; the air-release button has a nice feel. I messed with it quite a bit while riding recently; tried to start using it as I was riding – it didn’t take long before I was thinking about it when I had a point in the trail where I could relax enough to hit the button.

    To see if I could feel a difference, I’d wait 15-20 minutes without using the button, then would hit another section hitting it fairly often (claims report that your forks can build up to full-pressure in a matter of minutes). With all of the rocks we deal with in Utah, I can definitely feel the difference in handling (fighting deflection) when I’m hitting the release fairly often. Overall, it’s a great idea and pretty impressive.

  2. Lee
    5 out of 5

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    Totally awesome! Bleeding on the fly is great for those long races. Fantastic fit and finish. Highly recommend.

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