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The best keeps getting better.
ENVE's Cyclocross Fork gets a revamp with 12 x 100 mm thru-axle dropouts to handle the incoming slew of disc brake wheelsets and to provide a stiffer front end that results in better tracking through the rough stuff. The one-piece carbon construction weighs in at just 466 g, including all of the 350 mm tapered steerer, and ENVE has designed this fork for use beyond racing with clearance for 700c x 45 mm tires. Post style caliper mounts natively take a 140 mm rotor, but the fork can take 160 mm rotors with the use of an adapter. For a clean look, ENVE has integrated brake line retention clasps for routing hydraulic brakes.
Claimed weight is 466 g. 1.125" to 1.5" tapered steerer. 12 mm x 100 mm thru-axle compatible. Post style caliper mounts.
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Like my original QR Enve CX fork - only better
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I've been on the original Enve CX Disc fork for 4 years and still have it in service. The ride quality is excellent, light weight, etc.
The new TA fork is even better. They started with a great fork, reduced the weight even more, added a 12mm TA that stiffens the front end up a noticeable amount and increased tire clearance without adding to the height of the fork. All in all a really fantastic fork that I am looking forward to using for years to come.
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