i have a gios pista and the person who owned it before me put a ****ty road fork on it that has way too much rake. who makes a carbon track fork or just a nice track fork? I have had problems finding one online.
yeah but the thing is i am not looking for a road fork. i am looking for a straight up track fork. low clearance steep rake fork.i will most likley just get one made for my bike but I was curious if anyone made a aftermarket track fork
american cyclery sells some forks in their fixed gear online store. all are steel tho. the soma threadless has track rake, but is drilled for a brake and has the clearance for one. i don't know much about the cinelli forks they're selling, but you could probably give them a call.
Alpina do a straight carbon fork designed for track racing, it has a 1" alloy steerer and retails at £99 or approx $175. www.oldhamcyclecentre.co.uk has them, and I'm sure there must be a dealer for them in the US.
Track cycling has a Ridley straight carbon fork also for £110: