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Ritchey Comp Carbon Cross Fork

The Comp model is designed to help you build your ensemble cross bike using affordable parts to pull together a bike that can be raced or dodged through the urban landscape of unpredictable pavement with confidence.

Ritchey Comp Carbon Cross Fork Specifications:

  • 1.1/8" alloy steerer
  • 45mm rake
  • Axle to Crown: 395mm
  • Steerer Length: 300mm
  • Available with or without rack eyelets

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The fork has a 55mm clearance so will fit a reasonably large road tyre. The fork can also be used with mudguards if you wish. This means the fork is limiting with tyre or mudguard choices.
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Can I fit a MTB wheel running Marvic XM719 rims.Tires are 26 X 1.5
I'm Using V brakes.
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These forks are designed around a 700c wheel, so the v-brake mounts will run the brake shoes slightly higher than a 26" rim will need. Depending on your brakes you may be able to adjust the location of the shoe down to meet a 26" rim. A 1.5" tyre width should have clearance through the fork without any trouble.
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