The Lucky product team takes design seriously, so we’ve built some seriously stylish forks. Our forks are CNC machined from a single piece of aluminum (no bonding or welding) so they are lightweight and strong.
Lucky LS forks are in their fourth-generation, so we’ve had time to tune them for the most demanding riders. These forks offer a smooth ride at high speed, and they can absorb the impact of the highest stair hucks. These forks are insanely popular in Europe and South America.
The LS ™ is an architectural beauty, with a slight offset and no bonds, threads, or welds. And now, like the 2012 SMX, the 2012 LS™ has Torque Dispersion Technology™ and thickened legs for market leading strength and durability.
Which fork do you guys like best? The SMX™ or the LS™?