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EVO Carbon ISO Disc Gravel / Audax Fork - 700c 1 1/8" Ahead - A613D

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Details
- Mudguard Eyelets
- Clearance for up to 40mm tyres (when there are no guards fitted)
- ISO Disc Tab
- Max disc diameter 160mm
- Max rider weight including luggage 100kg
- 45mm rake - suits all sizes of Thorn Audax/Club Tour and Mercury except 500 and 555 sizes.
- Alloy 350mm Steerer tube
- 390mm Axle to Crown
- Matte Clearcoat final finish, no branding (decal)
- Carbon blades - UD (Uni-Directional)
- 860 grams

Warning! This fork is designed for Road/XC style riding. It is not intended for use in freeride, ramp riding, stunt or dirt jump or any similar activity. For more information, please contact us.
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Product Reviews (4)
Overall Product Rating 4.8 / 5
Great fork
By Chas Lewis
01 May 2021
5 / 5
I recommend this product
Good value, good quality. My only gripe is that clearance is a bit tight with mudguards. I struggled to get clearance with 32c tyres and had to cut a section out of the top of the mudguard to clear the fork crown so as to raise the 'guard sufficiently. But still happy with my purchase!
Excellent fork, but with limitations
By Austin Hind
11 Dec 2020
5 / 5
I recommend this product
A great fork as an upgrade from a steel. QR and 1 1/8 forks are rare and and at this price rarer still. However, the clearance for wider touring or gravel tyres is tight. My Schwalbe Marathon in 700x38 mounted on Hunt MasonX have 3mm of clearance at the crown. I have had to remove the enduro mudguard so the wheel can freely rotate - Thats my only gripe. Overall pleased with the fork and the way it rides.
excellent product
By hugh suffern
23 Jun 2020
5 / 5
I recommend this product
Consnot superlight
Prosdifficult to find anywhere else. well built
1 1/8 steerer disc forks capable of taking gravel tyres are very hard to source. these are a good value for money option. the aluminium steerer and robust build mean that they are not the lightest about, however there very few alternatives. well done to sjs for stocking them. sjs are invaluable for parts that other online shops can't be bothered to stock
Good value and strong
By Anthony
22 Mar 2020
4 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsWeight
ProsValue. Construction.
Finding an after market carbon fork with a straight steerer and fittings for a disc brake and mudguard eyes is not easy. Some are well over £250 when you find them. This fork is very good value, well made and strong. It weighs a bit more but is ideal for a gravel bike set up. Very pleased with it.
Questions & Answers (15)
would these fit on a merida ride 3000 ?,
By
05 Nov 2020
Hello, as we are not a Merida dealer we have no way of knowing this.

JK 05.11.20
Can I use this with a 650 Bx 47 mm wide tyre . Thank you . F
By
19 Aug 2020
Hello will this work with 650B x 47 MM
Thanks Finian
47mm will physically fit, but with various tyres / rims, pressures, debris/mud etc. we would not recommend this, you have about 2/3mm clearance either side!

Thanks - 20/08/20
I have a older v brake Montague Fit that I want to upgrade to disc brakes.
By
03 Aug 2020
I contacted Montague and this is what they said:
‘You would need a new front fork with a disc brake mount, and anything made for 700c with a 1 1/8" threadless steerer tube would work.’.
Would this fork do the job? What about the crown race, is there a specific one I need for this fork?
Thanks
A
Yup, that's the thing, the seat is a standard dimension, so you need a crown race that matches your other HEADSET parts or a complete new headset. RT 03/0/2020
Suitable for a 2010 Scott Sub10?
By
19 Jul 2020
Hello I've a flat barred commuter that I'd like to put a new fork on to allow for fitting a front rack for some light touring - this appears to be compatible (1.1/8 steerer and disc mounts) but I wanted to know if I need to worry about anything else. The wheel doesn't have a q/r axle - would that be an issue and I take it the combined weight limit is my weight plus only the front load?
Depending on the axle to crown, offset/rake then this could be suitable.
The wheel will need to be 9mm qr / allen key axle to work.
100kg includes rider weight and all luggage.

Thanks - 20/07/20
2015 model Croix de Fer compatible?
By
26 May 2020
Will this fit a 2015 model Croix de Fer? Spec says fork offset is 45 mm, trail 66 mm. Thanks.
yup, should be fine, this measures 390mm Axle to Crown, you could check your existing measurement, something close will be OK (+/-10) RT
Can you tell me the length off the steerer tube please
By
11 May 2020
Hi, it is 350 mm. Thanks
Can these be used with calliper brakes?
By
29 Apr 2020
Do these need to be used with disc brakes or can standard calliper brakes be used? I see there's a small hole at the top of the fork where they might be able to be fitted?
Hi, the hole is 6mm so in theory yes. But the back is not recessed for modern brake pivot nuts and you would have to space the caliper away from the fork to make it clear the crown. The hole is there for mounting lights etc. Thanks
Can I use this fork for a replacment for a Caadax Ultegra
By
29 Oct 2019
Carbon blades, 1-1/8"

Full spec of the bike as follows https://www.evanscycles.com/cannondale-caadx-ultegra-disc-2016-cyclocross-bike-EV239421

Thanks for your help
Hi there,

These should work fine with your bike, however as we do not have any experience with it we cannot say for certain I'm afraid.

Thanks.
Can I use this with an alloy Cannondale synapse
By
16 Oct 2019
The existing forks need replacing so need an alternative and there isn't a spare fork available.
Hi
Thank you for your enquiry. As long as your bike as 1 1/8 inch ahead compatible then this fork should fit however we cannot advise on how it will ride as we have never fitted one to a Cannondale before.
Regards. 17/10/19
Would this be suitable for a Bianchi Volpe 2017?
By
30 Aug 2019
I am looking for a replacement for the stock steel fork. Steerer diameter is the same, and I would need tyre clearance for 25cc or 28cc
We aren't familiar with this bike but if the diameters match then these should be suitable. These forks have a clearance of up to 40mm tires.
Will this work with a 1 - 1/8 straight steerer and semi - integrated headset?
By
19 Jul 2019
I am looking to upgrade an old road adventure fork (hugely heavy chromoly / alloy). Thank you in advance for any help
Hi,

the diameters match so it should be ok.

Thanks.
Can I use this with a 2019 genesid croix de fer frame?
By
20 Jun 2019
Want something lighter than the stock Steel fork but concerned about drastically changing the handling and geometry of the bike if new fork.
This would not be suitable for a CDF, we would recommend speaking to Genesis and getting the exact fork spec first.

Thanks - 21/06/19
is the fork set to work with a 160mm disc rotor and a postmount caliper as standard?
By
04 Jun 2019
160mm disc yes but as description - ISO Disc Tab not post RT070619
Can the dropout eyelets be used for light loads?
By
31 May 2019
such as a basket with eyelet mounted stays? Wald 137 for example. Thanks
Hi,

No, these are for mudguards or a light bracket only.

Thanks.
what is the axle to crow length please.
By
30 May 2019
These are 390mm.

thanks - 04/06/19