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As always with ENVE components, their Cyclocross Fork is as functional as it is beautiful, with bombproof unidirectional carbon construction to withstand bumps, ruts, and all the rigors of cyclocross racing. And, of course, being carbon, it's incredibly lightweight, allowing you to shoulder your bike with ease for run-ups and barriers.
This version excepts disc brakes exclusively and has a standard 74mm post mount. Designed for a 160mm rotor, but able to accomodate a 180mm rotor using an adapter. ENVE also makes a canti/v-brake compatible version of their 'cross fork, available separately.
The ENVE Cyclocross Fork for disc brakes is available with a tapered 1-1/2" threadless steerer only. It features a 350mm steerer tube length, 47mm rake, and 395mm axle-to-crown measurement. It will clear a 700c tire up to 48mm wide.
The Cyclocross Disc Fork weighs 460g. A compression plug is included.
Note: This fork is only available with a 1-1/2 inch tapered steerer tube. It is not compatible with frames designed to accept 1-1/8 inch straight steerers.
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Super nice ENVE cross disc fork
3 of 4 customers found this review helpful.
This is my first cross disc carbon fork. It is very attractive looking fork with nice thick blades. The post disc mount is for 160mm out of the box so no adaptor is required. This is nice since most disc forks are designed for a 140mm disc and will need an adaptor to use a 160mm rotor, which will add some mass and disturb the look. The UD finish looks cool without those traditional carbon weaves. Like the small logo one on each side at the bottom so it does not screen ENVE too loudly. On the road, this fork seems to be pretty rigid, which is desirable for a solid front end feel. There is pretty of clearance for a typical 35c cross tire. It will fit a tire a lot bigger than 35c but I have not try one yet. This is an expensive fork but buying it from Biketiredirect is a good value with the gold member discount program. All and all, I am very pleased with the purchase of this fork and will not hesitate to buy another from Biretiredirect.
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