Old 05-04-20, 11:27 PM
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Curious to see pics of the damage. Most likely it's still safe to ride. But as for a replacement fork, you already mentioned the important part: 1" threadless steerer (make sure it's as long or longer than the original fork steerer) with 47mm rake (give or take a few mm; 1" threadless forks are hard enough to find without this rake constraint). Also make sure it is drilled to take caliper brakes.
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