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I would say the fork is likely sold seperately under another name, it doesn't look like and alpina so it'll probably a tifosi or columbus, both of which can be drilled.
With what's probably a carbon fork that doesn't seem like a great idea.
Tell that to BMC and Cannondale...
30mm or 28mm if it's the older one.
but 55 TT on a 58 can kinda >>>>
Or this goldsprint although I've never seen one in a 'normal' size.
IMG_0392 by 40 skid patches, on Flickr
Brother swift, the old TF dark, bb17 transfer I guess.
Currently 46mm but when I build my new wheels 53.5mm
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