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  • Premier Icon Andy
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    Bargain! 😉

    Premier Icon cookeaa
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    No word yet from UK distributors Saddleback- but suggested US pricing is $625.

    Do ENVE apply the “Standardized US-UK pricing policy”? If so that’ll be £625 over here then… shame.

    How come we don’t have a UK equivalent of ENVE, a native to the UK Carbon bike parts monger?

    Premier Icon pedalhead
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    Looks pretty, but so does a Niner fork which weighs 100 grams less (and is probably cheaper).

    nbt
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    Enve’s new Mountain Fork hits the trail

    Mmm, nice. Reckon they’ll be tandem rated? No sign of mounting points for front panniers though, oversight on their part for the bikepacking niche?

    trail_rat
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    still only on-one making a 440mm monocoque fork with straight steerer then.

    shame it looks gopping. that enve fork looks awesome but at 470 far far too long for my 29er 🙁

    Premier Icon mrblobby
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    Do ENVE apply the “Standardized US-UK pricing policy”? If so that’ll be £625 over here then… shame.

    For most US products it’s usually worse than that, change the dollar sign to a pound, then add on about 10%. At least that’s the case for importers like Jungle (Santa Cruz, Niner.)

    Premier Icon molgrips
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    I think I want these for my TDR bike. Only problem is I’d have to get a better frame than what I was planning to do them justice 🙂

    c_klein87
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    Yep it’ll be atleast 600quid, which is crackers money for a rigid fork! but having had a niner carbon fork and now a Chinese fork the ride quality is better on the big brand forks, still i’ll leave these to the show bike builds…..

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