It looks like they've made it flat mount now, but an adapter sorts that out easy enough if you need. I've had the old PM version on my TCX for a few years with no issues. Including some quite enthusiastic gravelling and a decent amount of touring with bags on the fork.
This thread might help too:
Just bought a load of different ones, all look OK but will report back with more detail. Had used the bambas ones before and they are very good, can't really tell the difference between them and the legit Rapha PT socks.
My favourite ever pair of cycling socks were the reflective brevet, they unfortunately died last year but got a couple of copies from AX, not sure they'll compete with the real thing but we'll see.
The Condor one from that probably fits the bill the best, although a full carbon steerer would be even better.
Does anyone know of any reputable carbon gravel frames that come in really small sizes (44cm) with a low standover height? Carbonda doesn't seem to have anything that fits the bill.
Cheers man, would love to hear about how the stuff looks/fits! Will definitely look into bambas as seem quite popular and recommended.
No fiery death for me either. Better than the ultegras I had on before
Found a set of new 9100 series calipers couple days ago for less than the ee copies, so that sorted itself out really quick.
Did you get anywhere on this? The wi space slc 2.0 looks decent other than the rubbish branding
3 years ago now, but how were/are the forks from SPcycles?
ElitaOne carbon seatpost review
Inline, plenty of diameters and lengths (I got 400mm long and 27.2). Bought first one for a road bike even though I was quite a bit heftier than the stated maximum weight. Quality/finish was very high, nice and light and with no decals bar height markers it looks pretty clean.
Was happy with the first one so ordered another for a sloping top tube gravel bike. Quality was just as good as the first one and, even with plenty of pist exposed, it’s coped with my bulk on pretty bumpy off-road rides with no problems at all. I fitted neither with carbon grip paste nor a torque wrench, just regular grease and ‘feel’.
They came quickly, at under £30 posted each are very competitively priced, no hesitations in recommending (which obviously means I’ve jinxed it now).
Anyone know of a reasonably priced carbon fork with dynamo routing?
If it's a gravel fork you need, Carbonda will do theirs with dynamo routing for an extra $10. https://www.carbonda.com/accessory/fork-cx/90.html
Can anyone recommend a boost mtb 100mm suspension corrected 29er fork...
There's lots out there, just want to know if anyone has any 1st hand experience?
Another new wheel size? When will it end
I dont know what you mean whistles innocently
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