I was asking a few online retailers about availability and pricing and was told by one that talked to Reynolds that it wouldn't be available until "next cross season."escamillo said:Anyone see one of these yet or better yet own one?
i found the email and it was from bikeman.com - who were very helpful by the way.jnichols959 said:I was asking a few online retailers about availability and pricing and was told by one that talked to Reynolds that it wouldn't be available until "next cross season."
escamillo said:The guys at the shop seemed to think when it did come out it would be cheaper than the true temper Q cross fork, ie still spendy. So I'm getting the Q fork, I considered the sibex but like the way the Q rides. I think the Ti fork would be a little noodly under my 185 lbs.
Gully raced them all season and he's pretty big. From what I've read most Carbon cx forks have a life of a season or 2 at the most. hard to justify the $$$$. I'm 230 so am not in the market, maybe a custom steel fork someday.
That's great to hear some real feed back on these forks. Anyone else?flyweight said:As for durability, the Wound-Up fork has held up great and we've got some really big, strong riders (one is a track sprinter) I've also heard positive feedback from riders/teams running the True Temper fork.