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Kinesis Crosslight Alloy Cyclocross Bike Forks
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|Black||Non Disc Mount|
This high quality fork with an alloy steerer and eyeletted dropouts allow this high quality fork to perform superbly at all levels of cyclocross. It makes a great touring/winter fork too, ideal for the ‘Crosslight FiveT’ frame.
Top Features of the Kinesis Crosslight Alloy Cyclocross Bike Forks
- Steerer: Alloy, Integrated 1 1/8”
- Steerer Length: 300mm
- Wheel Size: 700c
- Rake: 45
- Weight: 660g (Non Disc), 693g (Disc)
- Crown Height: 405mm
- Dropouts have eyeleted for mudguards
|Fork Material:||Aluminium Alloy|
|Steerer:||1 1/8" Threaded|
|Wheel Size:||700c (622)|
They have shaved 92g off the weight by using an alloy steere and the disc version has the same alloy steerer and eyeleted dropouts as the Non disc version, but with disc mount making it ideal for ‘cross bikes with discs, tourers or hybrids.
About the Kinesis brand
Kinesis was established in 1989 and now has factories in the USA, Taiwan and China, producing frames and forks for many of the worlds leading, high performance bicycle manufacturers. Some of the major companies that depend on Kinesis craftsmanship are; GT, Raleigh, Trek, Santa Cruz, Haro, Kona, Jamis, K2, Felt, Storck, Commencal, Sunn and Ideal. They now offer a highly acclaimed range of frames and forks covering Road, MTB and Cyclocross. All the frames in our range are UK designed, in house at Upgrade Bikes LTD, because of this they can tailor make their frames to suit UK conditions and they are constantly updating their range to keep in touch with the latest materials, production techniques and riding styles.
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Does this fork fit 28'' or 622 mm wheels and is it large enough for brake disc size of 203 mm??
I have a PRO T-60 rims (28") and a 700x28c tyres.
About brakedisc size of 203 mm.
If You`ll mount an adaptor - why not.))
But what for? Are You sure, what this rigid fork is necessary for extreme braking force?
Damage mine :( so need to replace them
No they don't, I have bought these and the mounting brackets are there for the disc version as well.
I am looking for a fork for my touring bike, and i see a lot of positive coments on this model.
This is the link to my fork manufacturer page:
Thisd is my bike:
Steerer has plenty of length, make sure the steerer diameter is the same as your old one, mine was 1'1/8.
The one thing I noticed was different but has not caused an issue is the height at the top of the fork where the headset fits, its about 3" higher on the old suspension fork, which means the bike rides lower than it used to but this has not caused an issue.
I will have to fit spacers underneath to make up the axle/crown shortfall of approximately 30mm.
Or can you recommend a different rigid fork replacement for my mtb which has a (roughly) 43.8cm axle to crown measuremetn on a 1 1/8th steerer.
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