Cairn’s New Full-Carbon Adventure Fork

The full carbon gravel fork with no compromises

The Cairn Adventure Gravel Fork was developed for the E-Adventure 1.0, not only does it fit the E-Adventure 1.0 perfectly, but serves as a great upgrade to any gravel bike as well. The full carbon monocoque design offers clearance for up to 700x45c or 650bx2.25″ tires. Dynamo cable routing, ‘anything’ cage mounts and full fender compatibility. Everything is there.


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With big tyre clearance, full internal dynamo routing and anything cage mounts the Cairn Adventure Fork is the best upgrade to any gravel bike.

The Purpose

The Cairn Adventure Gravel Fork came about during the development of the E-Adventure 1.0. Struggling to find a fork that offered everything we needed without compromise was an impossible task. The fork needed to be able to take anything cages for epic multi-day adventures, provide routing for dynamo cables for lighting and charging and something that would match the vast amounts of tyre clearance we had achieved with our frame. This fork we think not only suits the E-Adventure 1.0 but it could be a great upgrade to any Gravel bike for someone with the drive to explore as much as us.

A full carbon monocoque design which offers clearance for up to 700x45c or 650bx2.25″ tyres. Dynamo cable routing not only for lighting but also fully internally for USB charging ports. Mounts on both fork legs for anything cages allowing you to optimize your weight distribution and positioning. Of course, all the modern standards and expected features like full fender mounts, thru axle and flat mount disc brakes.

Key Features

  • Full Carbon Monocoque Design
  • Flat Mount Disc Brake
  • Up 700 x 45c or 650b x 2.25 Tyre Clearance
  • Fully Internal Dynamo Cable Routing for USB Charging and Lighting
  • 4 Mount Positions for Anything Cages
  • 12mm Thru Axle
  • Full Fender Mounts
  • Thru axle end doubles up as a bottle opener

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