Enve Composites 2.0 Road Forks

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $407.00

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Enve 2.0 Road Fork(0x8020f968)

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by thinking thing

Date Reviewed: March 22, 2012

Strengths:    everything.....stiff, light, comfortable, smooth, light, extreamly well made, and LIGHT.

Weaknesses:    Price??? it is an expensive fork, but in my opinion every penny is justified.

Bottom Line:   
Incredible......This fork is everything all at once, and I mean it. First, the level of quality in enve's composite engineering is demonstrated very clearly in this fork. I've owned 3t's, alpha q's, and even a storck stiletto, but none are finished as built as nicely as this one. It has some bizzare ride characteristics that were hard to get use to at first. It flexes over large bumps almost exactly like steel would, muting out all the rough stuff. So at first I thought it was a "comfort fork" and not good at the stiff diving into corners type of fork. BUT I couldn't have been more mistaken. For some reason when you start carving into corners and violently hammering out of the saddle it just starts responding the way an ultra stiff crit specific fork would. All my past fork experience tells me that comfort=no fun and stiff=pain and there's no fork that does both without being a muddy brown green compromise. Thankfully there's finally a manufactor who found a way to give all the good with none of the bad......oh and if that weren't enough they went ahead and made it SUPER light. Buy this fork.....period

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Similar Products Used:   alpha q gs40 (only fork that comes close to the 2.0), 3T funda team, Storck stiletto

Bike Setup:   Independent Fabrication Crown Jewel SE, Sram Force, Zipp Carbon Cockpit, Fizik Airone CX, Zipp 303 firecrest tubulars

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