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.
I'm more confused every different bike I see.. So many options...
Fuji Sst 2.0 full carbon with sram $2400
Wilier gran turino ultegra $2500
Merida Schultra with fulcrum quattro wheelset and sram $2000
Cannondale super6 $2700.00
Theres some damn nice bikes out there...
I'll keep thinking and keep ... Read More »
Yes I'm a complete lurker have been since I bought my bike in 2009. I have had a run of bad luck not just being hit by a car once but now twice in a matter of two weeks. The first was a guy no insurance who did a rolling stop and hit me square no real damage to the bike just minor scratches. The sec ... Read More »
I been putting it off for quite a while. The Boyd 38mm carbon clinchers most likely got out of true from all the cracks and small potholes on the roads I ride on. I only notice the rubbing on the brake pads with the front wheel when I climb out of the saddle. Another factor is likely I set my bra ... Read More »
right now i am riding a specialized allez comp 06, components are ok nothing special. I have been riding more and want to ride more, i was looking at a guru flite but have some concerns with a carbon bike. How easy do they break if you drop or fall? Bumps etc..? Will the bike help me become a better ... Read More »
The gear cable recently broke on me on the way home from a cycle. During the way home I was stuck in the hardest gear (at the back). I switched to the smaller gear on the front and I could manage although it didn't feel safe(chain slack).
I brought it to a LBS and he fixed the gear cable. ... Read More »