RoadBikeReview.com's Forum Archives - Components


Archive Home >> Components(1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 )


Question: Weyless Carbon Fork ... Safe to ride ?(3 posts)

Question: Weyless Carbon Fork ... Safe to ride ?scopestuff2
Jan 13, 2004 4:32 PM
I'm purchasing a used bike that has a Weyless carbon fork. I understand that this is a SuperGo brand and have found nothing online about the fork. My guess is that it is a low-end fork. I'm OK with it not being the best, while I look for a deal on Ouzo Comp. But, can anyone comment from experience whether these things are safe ? I'd hate to have it blow apart at 40mph on a technical downhill.

Thank you in advance !
re: Question: Weyless Carbon Fork ... Safe to ride ?Schvonzie
Jan 13, 2004 5:08 PM
You should be okey, plus if something happens, just take it back to where you bought it and warentee it? O wait...
re: Question: Weyless Carbon Fork ... Safe to ride ?Dave Hickey
Jan 13, 2004 5:28 PM
I have other Weyless products. I own the carbon stem, seatpost, and crankset. I also own their aluminum bars. I used these parts for a full season with no problems what so ever. Other than the ugly logo, the carbon parts are on par with anything being sold. I wouldn't have any reservations using a Weyless fork however you said bought it used. I'd inspect anything used for previous damage.