Colony Sweet Tooth U-Brake Fork (Alex Hiam) (Chrome) (25mm Offset)

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Colony Sweet Tooth U-Brake Fork (Alex Hiam) (Chrome) (25mm Offset)
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Colony Sweet Tooth U-Brake Fork Description:

The Colony Sweet Tooth U-Brake Fork is Alex Hiam's signature fork. It is made from heat-treated chromoly and a 1-piece machined steerer tube to keep it strong. It features an alloy compression bolt, an integrated lower bearing race, tapered and multi-butted legs to provide enough clearance for large tires. The 5mm thick dropouts add extra durability. U-brake (aka 990) mounts allow you to get tech with all the front brake moves.


  • Alex Hiam Signature Model
  • Heat-Treated Chromoly
  • 1-piece Machined Steerer Tube
  • Tapered & Multi-Butted Legs
  • U-Brake Mounts


  • Steer Tube Diameter: 1-1/8" 
  • Wheel Size: 20" 
  • Offset: 25mm 
  • Material: Heat-Treated Chromoly
  • Height: 318mm 
  • Steerer Tube Length: 165mm
  • Bearing Race: Integrated 
  • Compression Bolt: 24 x 1.5mm
  • Compression Bolt Tool: 3/8" Ratchet 
  • Axle Compatibility: 3/8" (10mm) 
  • Color: Chrome
  • Weight: 34.6 oz (25mm)
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This product was added to our catalog on June 26, 2020

Owen Moreland
Verified Owner
Monday, Mar 29 2021 (about 2 years ago)
Colony Sweet Tooth U-Brake Fork (Alex Hiam) (Chrome) (25mm Offset)
Look great, weights not bad, the geometry feels more responsive compared to my old colony forks. The fork doest have an insert/guide for the cable but the shape of the hole where you bring the cable out of the steer tube seems to give it just enough angle to keep it from rubbing the tire(2.3) The new top bolt is nice for playing around with spacing without having to worry about taking the cable out using a standard 3/8” ratchet/extension. Used the evo 2.5 brake kit and had everything I needed to install front brakes on my bike with plenty of room to clear the tire.