Wound Up Carbon Forks

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Product Description

Wound Up 700C Road Fork, available in most steerer tube options, see pictures below to configure your next forkChoose Rake options: 35 (Track),40, 45 and 48mmChoose Steerer Type: 1 inch Carbon, or 1 1/8 inch carbon. Choose Fork Size: 700C or 650C (650C only has option of 38or 43MM Rake. )So much of how a bicycle rides boils down to your choice of a front fork. Our patented carbon forks combine unmatched lateral stiffness with plush fore and aft compliance. What you get when you choose a Wound Up» fork is precise steering and response coupled with lightning quick acceleration and power out of the saddle. Plus, the vibration dampening that's inherent in both our design and the materials used helps you conserve valuable energy throughout those long rides. We have all fork options, each fork is avaiable for us locally from the factory here in Salt Lake City, Utah. Please refer to the details in the image below, and specify the details of your required specs in the order notes.

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