Enve forks

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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by Connor

Hey guys,

I was wondering if anyone knew if the enve 1.0 or. 2.0 came in a 1 inch steerer tube diameter. I'm looking to lighten my Klein up a bit and I think this is the best way to go.


Just realized I posted this in for sale.... Can this be moved to road...

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by RollingGoat

Sorry but they aren't available as a 1" steer tube.
I'm so rubbish at this.

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by thisisatest

best 1" fork that used to be around was the alphaQ sub3. good luck finding one.

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by blantonator

Serotta will still make you a 1" fork, but your best bet is to find a Reynolds Ouzo Pro. They can be had for a hundred bucks and not too hard to find.

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by lancejohnson

Presenti/Mizuno made a nice 1" fork as well... Harder to find though... And more expensive than the Reynolds

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by crosschained

Wound up still makes a 1" fork.

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by ferrarista

colombus still makes the minimal 1 inch full carbon fork

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