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opinions?

currently running an ouzo pro on an old moots, and find it quite flexy. steerer is short...~180mm.
 

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If you think the Ouzo Pro is flexy, you're going to have problems finding something that will satisfy you as I've never heard anyone say that about Reynold's forks.

I say try a new stem first.
 

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the wound up fork. i have the ouzo pro 1 in. it replaced a steel colnago fork. not as stiff as the steel buy lighter and comfier. i am 170pds.
 

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flex is definitely in the fork. stem is thomson. i hear a lot of 'ouzo is comfy', which tells me others experience it has some flex. have a woundup 1.125 on another bike and yes, it is a rock.

just curious what others have found in the 1" size.
 

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Profile BRC, good'n stout.

dookie said:
opinions?

currently running an ouzo pro on an old moots, and find it quite flexy. steerer is short...~180mm.
 

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Colnago Flash...

I have a Colnago Flash carbon fork (1" steel steerer) on my Colnago Dream that is incredibly stiff. More so than the Reynold Ouzo Pro 1" on my Univega, 1 1/8" carbon Cannondale Slice Premium on my Caad8 and the 1 1/8" carbon Easton SL on my Caad9.
 
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