Fork- Enve 2.0 vs 3t Funda vs Others?

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by system787

+1 for the Ritchey WCS carbon fork. With a cut steerer, my fork weighed in at 275 and I had zero flex at 160 lbs, and tracked straighter than my CAAD10's front end.

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by mellowJohnny

For what it's worth, Cycling Plus September 2011 has a small six fork shoot-out on page 81.

3T Rigida Pro - three stars
Easton EC90SL - three stars
Deda Black Fin - four stars, winner
Ratio Astrum - three stars
Columbus Mega Carve - three stars
Genetic Karyotype Race - four stars

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by Tinea Pedis

I've ridden both forks, in the same frame. Rate them both.

I would hand stiffness and ride quality to the Enve, but not by a huge amount.

If you can get the 2.0 for close to the Funda price do it, otherwise I don't feel it would be worth paying significantly more for the Enve.

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