Independent Fabrication cyclocross fork Forks

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Product Description

This fork has already proved its worth in competition, the highlight being two podium appearances at the last cyclocross world championships in Slovakia. And although we can't promise you will do the same, the best cross fork you can buy should help

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I'm think of turning a old MTB steel frame/fork into a cyclocross set-up.

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Replacement Cyclocross Fork

Hi All, I am looking for a new fork after a rough accident I had. I have a Lynskey Procross. I was using a steel fork that is now toast thanks to a shop that cut the steerer tube too short when I asked for it to be lowered. So, roughly, they refused to help now. So, I am looking at anything ... Read More »

easton ec90x cyclocross fork reliabitity ??

I'm building up a gravel / fire road bike...I found a lightly used easton ec90x 4 sale. I've read a few reports that stated integrity issues with the ec90x, please advise if you have used the fork thxRead More »

Adding 26" suspension fork to cyclocross bike

I am considering adding a 100mm 26" suspension fork to one of my cyclocross bikes (Lemond Poprad disc) and ditching my MTB. If the fork with wheel is about the same with the 26" suspension (uncompressed) as it is with the stock CX fork and 700c wheel; is there any reason not to go for it?Read More »

All-City Nature Boy - cyclocross fork - steel

I see that the All-City Nature Boy fork is on sale at outsideoutfitters for $85.00! [url=]All-City Nature Boy Cyclocross/Hybrid Fork - Outside Outfitters[/url] It seems like a no-brainer upg ... Read More »

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