I'm considering getting a Titanium Salsa Fargo for a dedicated winter bike. I was thinking Titanium would be a good idea because it won't rust like Steel will in a harsh salty/wet winter.
I'm looking at the 2014 Salsa Fargo spec page (http://salsacycles.com/bikes/2014_fargo_ti/build_kit/) and I see it comes with a "Firestarter Carbon" fork. Now to me this seems like it would be a bad idea for several reasons:
1) I still weigh 350ish
2) As a winter bike, the chances of wiping out are higher than in summer, thus it's more fragile.
Anyone have any experience with carbon forks as a megaclyde? Are they really a concern or am I just being overly worried?