I just found a dent on the backside of a steel road fork. Images below. Its a Columbus fork and the dent is on one of the fork blades, is pea sized, and is on the back of the fork where the fork blade begins to curve. It is not dead square on the back, but slightly on the inside. No idea how it got there. I'm assuming the location of the dent is probably most susceptible to the forces placed on the fork while braking. What do you think? Ridable or not?