Time Millenium Forks

Millenium

Carbon blades contain Vectran fiber for responsiveness and shock absorption. Cold forged aluminum crown and dropouts. 1 1/8" threadless alloy steerer with 4.3 cm rake, to fit 700c wheels.

User Reviews (2)

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Skip   Recreational Rider [Apr 28, 2002]
Strength:

Functional, easily adjustable. ??? Price because it came with the frame.

Weakness:

Heavy, lateral movement, doesn''''t absorb or smooth out the road bumps very well, doesn''''t hold a line as well in curves.

Compared to the all carbon AME Alpha-Q that I replaced it with - NO comparison. The Time has much more lateral movement, doesn''''t absorb the road bumps anywhere close to the AME, and is an anchor compared to the AME. Not nearly as stable in turns/curves.

Similar Products Used: AME Alpha-Q, all carbon, curve/bladed fork.
OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
3
John   Recreational Rider [May 25, 2000]
Strength:

Somewhat light, smooth

Weakness:

a little lateral give

It's good fork for those long rides, it does have some lateral give when you stand up and sprint heavy it seems to give a little I'm 175lbs that could be the reason overall I can't complain price is good.

Similar Products Used: aluminum, Look
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
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