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Kinesis Racelight 7075 Alloy Training Fork

This is a full alloy fork with tapered and butted 7075 blades. It has a sculpted crown with clearance for a full size guard, eyeleted dropouts and the blades have been re-profiled to give a smoother ride.

Kinesis Racelight 7075 Alloy Training Fork Features:

  • Compatibility: Brakes wit 57mm reach only
  • Steerer: Alloy, 1 1/8”, 300mm
  • Wheel: 700c
  • Rake: 43
  • Weight: 650g
  • Crown Height: 378mm

Buy Kinesis Racelight 7075 Alloy Training Fork from Chain Reaction Cycles, the worlds largest online bicycle store.

  • Colour: Black
  • Wheel Size: 700c
  • Material: Alloy
Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by good It's strong enough,lighter than a steel folk.Very good. 28 August 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Light And Strong Really good set of strong light road bike forks, would easily recommend to other road cyclists, good value for money as-well 04 August 2012
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The recommended maximum tyre width the Kinesis fork can accommodate is a 700x28C.
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Shimano 105 Brakes 5700

Will i be able to use those Shimano 105 Brakes 5700 on this fork?
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Shimano caliper brakes are compatible with this fork.
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Front Paniers

Will this fork be compatible with a front pannier rack and if so will this mount to the eyelets?
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The eyelets on this training fork are intended for mud guards and not necessary a pannier rack.

As it is not a Touring fork it would likely not handle larger weights applied by a pannier rack.
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"Non-integrated" head set

Hi ChainReaction-Team!

I want to use this fork on a frame with a head tube (1" 1/8) that requires a traditional "press-in" head set. Is this compatible with this fork?

If not, could you refer me to another fork of similar style (road bike fork with eyelets) that would match up with my frame (1"1/8, traditional press-in)?

Thank you very much in advance for your answer!
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The headset 'standard' is not so much of an issue but the internal diameter for which steerer size it can run.

So; Yes this fork should be fine with your current setup.
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