These standards result in an innovative new fork that addresses the unique challenges of integrating powerful disc brakes to light weight road bikes. At the same time, the Road Disc fork maintains the lightweight, durability, and confidence inspiring handling that ENVE forks are known for. Features unique to this fork are, 140mm post style caliper mounts, and ENVE's integrated disc housing retention clip.
I've been riding very roughly 100 miles per week on a new bike since the end of May. The rear pads are completely worn down. Admittedly I am clinging to the brakes like a gerbil on greased teflon because (a) I am afraid of re-breaking my ankle, (b) I live and ride in a very hilly area, and (c) I s ... Read More »
anyone using one? Feedback? Looking for a carbon fork to replace steel one. 1 1/8" steerer. Really wanted the Ritchey model but it's very slow in coming out, Tom Cruise might beat it.Read More »
Part of the reason I want a disc road bike is for wet weather riding in the mountains of Thailand. I currently run Crud Road Racer fenders on my bikes and love em. Disc brakes though make those fenders not usable Im pretty sure.
Im looking at the Giant Defy SL, S-Works Roubaix or Synapse Black In ... Read More »
Getting ready to start up a road/gravel project built around a Chorus 10s group I have stashed( along with several Campag cassettes on hand ). This bike to have disc brakes.
Any suggestions on which [COLOR="#000080"]32 h, 135mm disc hubsets[/COLOR] I should consider using with this 700c wheel bu ... Read More »
Like them or not, disc brakes are coming to road bikes. Not too many yet, and some wheel manufacturers are already offering choices. Some are not. I'd like to discuss disc brake wheels specifically for road bikes, not cyclocross. I just took possession of a disc brake road bike and looking at whe ... Read More »