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If you like the way the bike currently handles steering wise, changing the handlebars or stem is the easiest way to raise the bars and a lot cheaper than buying a fork (And potentially having weird steering). The fork you have is a pretty normal length for a trials bike, if it's the length and offset the frame is designed for I'd definitely go the stem/riser bar route.

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400/405mm is a pretty standard trials fork length. There are a few forks out there at around 410/415mm (check Tartybikes for more info) though if you're looking for much more rise I'm pretty sure there was a 435mm Toxsin fork available at some point

You'd probably be better off running a different bar/stem setup though to be honest, at least as a trial to begin with

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