Ritchey WCS Carbon Cross: Has anybody tested this fork ???

Especially for light weight issues concerning cyclocross / touring bikes & parts.

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elmar schrauth
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by elmar schrauth

i am writing about the profork ,which is claimed to be same as the ritchey ( but pro is much cheaper :
axle to crown is the same than nearly all others.: 400 mm
distance between the brake bosses , similar to all others :87mm
average weight is uncut 458 gramm-300 mm
the profork has a light ,good working expander included ,and a lot of mud clearance .
cantibosses can be changed to titanium they are m8 .
there are three possibilities to fix the spring of the brakearm.you even can turn the part ,where the spring is put in .thats nice if you have brake ,which dont have a possibilitie to adjust ,like euro-x cantis .
we sold a lot of them ,and never had any problems .

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