WeThePeople's Patron fork is all about choices. The 7mm full-investment casted heat-treated hollow dropouts are what make this fork so special and are offered in either a traditional 35mm offset or a more street orientated 25mm version for all the front-wheel jedis out there. This is the go to choice for most of the WTP pro team, so you know it's got to be good. • Material: Full-liquid post heat-treatment on 4130 “M2“ chromoly • Steerer Length: 170mm • Offset: 25mm or 35mm • Dropout: 7mm, full investment cast, heat-treated 4130 chromoly, 3/8'' axle • Fully CNC’d steerer, single butted integrated crown race designed to work with integrated headsets with a 45° bearing
$234.99 - $259.99
WeThePeople's Battleship Fork is strong and technical with super thick investment cast dropouts that are designed to be the perfect partner for WTP's most popular frame. - Super short 24mm offset street fork - Invest cast dropouts and fork end, designed to work flawlessly with plastic pegs and hub guards - Incredibly strong design - 7075-T6 alloy top bolt, M24 thread - Tapered, triple butted fork blades - Integrated crown race, designed to work with integrated headsets with a 45-degree bearing
Built to go fast and high, the Patrol fork by WeThePeople uses 4130 "M2" Chromoly tubing and features CNC machined micro dropouts that perfectly match the dropouts on the Patrol frame. Rounded off with its own 7075 alloy top cap, if you're looking for a strong, dependable fork with classic styling, look no further. - Lightly tapered legs - 7075-T6 alloy top bolt, M24 thread - Integrated crown race, designed to work with integrated headsets with a 45deg bearing *Please Note: WTP does not recommend the use of pegs on the Patrol fork
3T's Luteus Team is an all-carbon cyclocross fork designed for use with disc brakes. It features include a tapered steerer and aluminum-faced fork ends for precise handling and simple wheel changes. It supports brake calipers for use with standard 160mm brake rotors. The left fork blade is reinforced at the brake mounting pillars to compensate for the stresses imparted by disc braking. On its outer face, there is a recessed channel with two integrated fixing points for tidy brake cable/hose management. Plus, the fork ends face forwards and have aluminum inserts to better resist the lateral stresses transmitted through the hub by rough terrain.
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