I have a bit of a dilemma. I picked up a Specialized Camber 2012 model last year on a budget which has been a great bike (if a little large) and its got to the stage where I'd like to upgrade some of the components.
At the moment it has a very basic RS Recon Gold TK fork and I'd like to upgrade it to something plusher with a 15mm through axle, as my upgraded Fulcrum wheelset comes with the bits to allow this.
Unfortunately the bike does not have a tapered headset which seems to be the universal standard nowadays, and the only forks I can find anywhere online for a decent price are the 2013 RS Rebas, for around £300.
I fancied a set of Fox Float 32's to complement the upgraded rear shock (Fox RP2) but I get the impression that these aren't made with a traditional straight steerer any more. Could it be time to sell the Camber frame and look at something a little more futureproof?