R.E.H Forks are classic competition motorcycle forks for pre-65 trials and pre-68 + pre-74 moto-x.
They were created in Britain in the 1960s by engineer Robin Humphreys, and were revived in 2014 by
Duncan Macdonald, of Armac Design.
Today's R.E.H. Forks are true to the form, and ethos, of Robin Humphreys’ original design. At the same time, they are made to modern engineering standards, to meet the challenges of today’s competition.
R.E.H Forks can be seen in action in Britain, France, Spain, Australia and New Zealand, and are ridden and recommended by top pre-65 trials riders including Dave Thorpe, Mick Grant and Michel Ranc (France),
and multi-British pre-74 moto-x champion Chris Chell.
Trials Forks V.2 in 3 lengths: 30", 31", 32" . Moto-X Forks: 32" + 33"
CONGRATULATIONS to the winners of the Pre65 Scottish 2-Day Classic Trial 2019:
a full podium of REH Forks (see picture).
Made with pride in England
REH FORKS on the podium, 2019 Pre-65 Scottish 2-day trial.
Winner: Dan Thorpe, Armac Cub / REH Forks, 1 mark lost
2nd: Ben Butterworth, 500 Ariel / REH Forks, 2 marks lost.
3rd: Gary Macdonald, Armac Cub / REH Forks, 2 marks lost.
Congratulations men, we are proud to be associated with you.
Pic: Tim Britton Media Ltd
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