|want new fork||collinsc|
Aug 15, 2002 10:06 PM
|needs to not chatter like crazy when hitting the brakes.
whats your favorite on a price per performance basis?
heard great things about the Reynolds Ouzo Pro and the Alpha Q...which would you get?
|I love my Ouzo Pro. Get it at www.wisecyclebuys.com. (nm).||cabinfever|
Aug 16, 2002 3:31 AM
|re: there are certainly lots of choices...||Akirasho|
Aug 16, 2002 3:42 AM
|... on a consistent basis, Profile still offers good bang for the buck... though with so many "new and improved" forks displacing last year's high enders... you can often find great forks from all makers at a discount.
Reynolds forks are great (in addition to the belowmentioned, got a couple of Pro Aeros), but pricey... I was lucky enuff to recently acquire a Comp for $70... now that's bang for your buck.
Remain In Light.
|Love my Reynolds.||Juanmoretime|
Aug 16, 2002 4:44 AM
|I've never rode a carbon fork I didn't like. The only carbon forks I've ever heard any complains about where Looks and Time's, I heard from several people they where flexy. All of these where earlier models by those companies.Of the three brands I've owned, the Kestrel and the Reynold's rates on top.|
|re: want new fork||koala|
Aug 16, 2002 5:24 AM
|Ill weigh in one more time for the Ouzo pro. Safe, absorbs shock very well, light(not ultra light)not flexy in a sprint, reasonably priced if on sale. I paid 260 from my frame builder.|| |