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The Essor USA bladed Carbon Fiber Fork was built from some of the highest grade carbon on earth and built by premiere road cycling brand, Essor USA.
WEIGHT: 495g +/- 15g
Risk-Free Purchase - State Bicycle Co. offers FREE EXCHANGES* -If this item doesn't work out, we'll send you a return label and exchange for free!
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5-year Warranty on all bicycle frames
1-year Warranty non-consumable parts
2-year Warranty on Essor USA products
Warranty activated only after you submit proof of professional assembly.
No complaints, light weight, prefect fit, just right stiffness for the streets
Ok deal on replacement.rep was asked for product decals said some would be included there were none.fork was packaged barely one piece of wadded up paper in a box.if box gets damage so will fork.mine got here ok.
You people are the best. The forks looks great and they are the right amount of stiffness and bump absorption you need
I've ridden this fork to multiple FL State Masters Championships Podiums at the Velodrome, along with riding it 4 times a week for training. I like the ride in general. At the track I wish it was more stiff but on the road training I'm glad it's not, so it's a nice 'tweener fork if you can't afford multiple forks for whatever reason. I'm heavier, like 205-215 (I'm working on it!) and 6'2"" just for comparison reference... Let's play science... I wish it was maybe 15% more stiff, but I'm 15% heavier than a 174 lb rider. So if you are a 174 lb rider it will make you dance with such happiness your feet will jump off the floor.... and then as we stray from the intended weight of the fork we will either find it too stiff or too firm, depending on whether rider is lighter/heavier. Now we are going to discuss frame material. I'm riding 4130 Alloy, like the contender I believe. So unless you are riding 4130 my review is somewhat less valuable, unless you know the difference between your current frame material and 4130 alloy. I love it.
I love this fork. It's my first carbon fiber fork, I get a ton of compliments on it, it absorbs shock very well; in fact, I rarely ride with gloves anymore, because of how smooth my ride has become. Durable, thus far. One of my friends said it looks like a couple of butter knives, which I thought was pretty hilarious. My butter knife fork.