Society Libertine 140mm suspension fork review

Simple trail fork

Our rating 
2.5 out of 5 star rating 2.5
GBP £289.99 RRP | USD $459.83
Society Libertine

Our review

Cheap for a through-axle fork and initially supple, but too progressive when pushed hard
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Society are expanding their previously dirt-jump-focused range to cover all trail styles this year, but this initially smooth fork based on RST’s Titan shows its simplicity when you push it hard. 


A 15mm through-axle is a rare option below £300 and the security and accuracy it adds over its price peers is noticeable. It’s also impressively smooth over small bumps from new, adding useful comfort and traction when you’re blatting along the flat. 


Its lineage is confirmed by the RST logo on the big low-speed compression adjuster and lockout, which is useful for climbing. Unfortunately the very progressive spring rate creates a really jarring mid stroke spike off high-speed hits. We rarely got anywhere near full travel even running lower than recommended pressures and there’s a regular top-out clunk when you pull up.

Product Specifications


Name Libertine fork (12)
Brand Society

Weight (g) 2258
Travel 140