Jun 26, 2003 6:53 PM
|Click away, and check this stuff out.
|Question about your Kinesis fork||pauly|
Jun 27, 2003 4:18 AM
|How do you like the Kinesis fork on your Gunnar? I have a no-name 4130 steel for on my CXer right now. It's heavy and the paintjob doesn't match the frame. But it handles well and has lots o' tire clearance. How fat a fattie can you fit in the Kinesis fork, and how is the ride?|
|Question about your Kinesis fork||adventurefind|
Jun 27, 2003 12:49 PM
|it is a great fork. Light, and responsive...whatever that means.
Just did a 60 mile ride and no problems. Can handle more than a 38 tire i think. Don't know for sure, but it's got enough clearance for a 38 and fenders.
Jun 27, 2003 7:47 PM
|thanks for that
real people having real fun on real bikes
I prefer to remain ignorant, (probably more chance of the wife letting put more money into another bike that way)
Once again cheers for the excellent post
simon in japan
Jun 28, 2003 6:32 AM
|You don't want to know about fluxing...
cross bikes are so much fun to ride, and the racing site of it is just as fun. I rode from Milwaukee to Madison yesterday (Sarah was kind enough to pick me up) and just enjoyed being on my Gunnar. Such an easy bike.
Then I got to thinking...why race? Riding a bike as a typical schmoe is just as fun.