I am currently riding a Motobecane Super Strada from Bikesdirect:
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I am considering buying a Soma Smoothie frame and transferring everything over. I would like to reuse the carbon fork from the Motobecane at least for now to keep the cost down. I cut the fork so there are no spacers so I don't have much room for error. Comparing the geo of the 54 cm frames it looks like the headtube length on the current bike is 10mm longer then the Smoothie 15 cm vs 140 mm:
Smoothie | SOMA Fabrications
I assume that means I should be fine on that but I know that rake should be considered as well. The Moto doesn't list rake on the geometry. Is there any way to be sure if the fork will work with the new frame?