Mar 21, 2001 10:24 AM
|I was reading the thread below about Carbon vs. Ti seatposts, and someone mentioned the carbon PedalForce seatpost for $69. That sparked my interest, so I took a look at their website:
and learned that they make frames and forks, too. Their forks are phenominally priced for carbon/carbon. Is this a case of "you get what you pay for" and I should avoid these things for $150? Or am I so accustomed to seeing inflated prices that seeing a quality component at a reasonable price scares me?
Anyway, if anyone has any experience with any of the pedalforce forks, or any of their products, I'd love to hear what you think.
|Chek it out...||Kreeger|
Mar 21, 2001 3:59 PM
|I posted this on the General forum. All carbon Aeroblade frame/fork. I have ridden it approx. 100 miles so far and love it to death. I weigh about 150lbs, so flex/frame strength isn't really a problem.|
|Look at the current General forum...||E3|
Mar 22, 2001 9:19 AM
|...for a thread about PedalForce products.|
|re: PedalForce components?||huang|
Mar 22, 2001 11:23 AM
|I guess all products of PedalForce are made in Taiwan.
I think their frames and seatposts are made from an OEM factory called "Advanced" in Kaoshiung City, Taiwan.
Some early Look frame models are made by this factory,too.(KG286,KG251,KG181?)
That is what I heard.