If you’re riding in the woods during hunting season, you know the importance of bright colors. Which makes the paint job for the new Limited Northwoods Edition Manitou Mastodon a perfect addition to the biggest fat bike fork around.

Stay visible this fatbike season w/ Manitou Mastodon Pro LTD in Blaze orange/Camo

Dripping in Blaze Orange and covered in camouflage decals, the Northwoods Edition will fit right into its fall and winter surroundings.

Stay visible this fatbike season w/ Manitou Mastodon Pro LTD in Blaze orange/Camo

With the exception of the finish, everything else about the EXT Mastodon Pro LTD fork remains the same. That equates to a 34mm chassis that can run full size 26 x 5.15″ or 27.5 x 4.5″ tires while retaining the title of the stiffest fat bike fork on the market. Damping is controlled by an MC²/adjustable TPC cartridge mated to a Dorado Air spring with adjustable air volume, HS/LS compression, and rebound.

Stock, the fork is set to 120mm of travel but it is internally adjustable up to 140mm.

Stay visible this fatbike season w/ Manitou Mastodon Pro LTD in Blaze orange/Camo Stay visible this fatbike season w/ Manitou Mastodon Pro LTD in Blaze orange/Camo

Sold with a 1.5″ tapered steerer only and a 150 x 15mm front Hexlock SL axle, with the weight coming in at 2210g. The Northwoods Edition is limited to just 100 pieces in North America and 50 in Europe, so act quickly before these disappear into the woods!

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thesteve4761
thesteve4761
2 years ago

Bob- how does Fox sell so many forks?
Jim- I think it’s because they’re orange.
Bob- Hey John, paint up all those excess fatbike forks, we’ve got an idea!

mudrock
mudrock
2 years ago

Is riding in Carhartts a thing now?

Dockboy
Dockboy
2 years ago
Reply to  mudrock

I ride in Carhartts sometimes, although I found Kuhl pants work better.

David Seelbinder
David Seelbinder
2 years ago

Great Article, I just purchased this shock. I am going to install it on a 2020 Trek Farley 9.6. Do you have any advice or anything special that for this install?