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PostPosted: Thu Jun 08, 2006 6:36 pm 
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Anyone have any info on this fork. I have been told from an unreliable source that it weighs 362 grams on his bathroom scale----what is it really?

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It is the OEM fork for Javelin CX bikes. I call BS on the weight.


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what means bs
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Elmar, it is slang for Bull Sh*t, meaning that they are feeding you mistruths (not lies).


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Cyclocrossworld.com claims it weighs 500 grams. My friend has it and it does ride well...


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I wouldn't go near that fork. I got to watch two snap at one race last year. The steerer tubes are simply not robust enough for cyclocross.


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