Seven Cycles CX Forks

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MSRP : $545.00

Product Description

Designed specifically for cyclocross use, the CX’s stout design delivers superior stiffness under braking. The full carbon steerer and fork body reduce overall weight while maintaining lateral rigidity even while cornering. Available with a 4.5 cm rake.

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