For sale, a beautiful carbon fork for 1 1/8" straight steerer bikes such as the Croix De Fer (2014 in my case)
I was running this on my 2014 931 Croix De Fer and it was mega, huge weight saving over the steel fork and looked great.
Fork is in great condition. Couple of tiny scratches on RH leg and some very minor rub from brake cable. 236mm steerer left and nut fitted
QR and post mount disc.
Stock images just now, but will load actual images tonight and cut steerer dimensions.
£200 plus postage ONO.
Would like this, subject to images and measurement on steerer
Ok, will get back to you this evening!
Out of interest did the different trail on the fork affect the steering much? I’ve got a 2011 cdf (same geo as yours) and thinking about upgrading to something like this
Not noticeably. I only road this fork in the summer with lightweight wheels.
Would you ship this to germany?
I would, but you would have to cover the cost.
Drop to £200 including postage.
Price drop £195, someone snap this up, mega light and lovely fork!
this is lovely, i did the same upgrade on a 2015 cdf, with Whisky forks
£185 posted anyone?
Do you think it would be an upgrade (or compatible) with this bike? :
Not sure if tapered headtube matters... or what else I might need to swap a fork. I've never messed with a fork before other than taking apart an old mtb one to regrease bearings, putting it back on, and playing with the nuts to make it not too loose/not too tight.
I think you just need one of these https://www.tredz.co.uk/.RSP-1-5-1-1-8-Reducer-Crown-Race_100861.htm to allow it to fit.
You also need to check how much steerer you need for your headtube / stack.
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