I just got back from picking up a new track fork for my converted Cinelli Super Corsa fixed gear. The factory forks were of an oval tube extreme sloping internal butted crown with a big honking brake hole in it. That always bothered me esthetically, as I have been running most of my bikes without any brakes. I had Jack, at Franklin Frames, make me up a Flat Crown round bladed fork and color match it to the frame and detail it with gold striping and contrasting head tube color in the detail cutout holes, as the rest of the frame is. I think he did a great job and it makes the bike more "Old Skool Track", if you will. The trail angle of the fork was kept the same as the road fork so the handling should be the same. This bike was very quick handling before the change. There is enough clearance to run 25-28 tires if I want also, although I probably will continue running 23's because of the "hot rod" nature of the bike. I now have the option of running the road or track fork by simply switching between the two. This bike has gone thru the most radical reconfiguration of all of them and is finally complete, I think.
The attached photos will show the change.