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Old 01-13-06, 10:24 AM
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Forks, how do you evaluate them?

I'm looking at forks and it's darn confusing. How can you tell a good fork from a bad fork?


Also, any leads on an aero fork that will accept disc brakes?
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Old 01-29-06, 03:37 PM
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when the price tag is higher!
 
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In the QBP catalog Winwood has a carbon cross fork that looks sorta "aero" with disc brakes mounts. I have no idea about the quality.
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Originally Posted by velonomad
In the QBP catalog Winwood has a carbon cross fork that looks sorta "aero" with disc brakes mounts. I have no idea about the quality.
A Winwood fork should be good for use in traffic....ba ba boom
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Originally Posted by skinny
A Winwood fork should be good for use in traffic....ba ba boom
I'll just have to take it on "Blind Faith" that you are correct!
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ariZona Tandems will build/adapt carbon fiber fork for disc brake usage.
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