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.
Options on a carbon road specific disc fork. I have found these 2 so far ... The Enve and the Evolution. The Enve is a 1.5" tapered steerer.
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I'm looking for advise on dealing with a road bike equipped with disc brakes making squealing/howling noises on long and steep descents. This is my first time riding disc brakes on a bike, so my only basis of comparison is my previous rim brakes. Pardon the wall of text, but I'm hoping to ... Read More »
I don't get it; the literature says the pull is different, but shouldn't set up be able to account for that? Regardless, I can't get the brakes to set up, so there must be something to it. Could someone please explain it to me - thanks.
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