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Soma 27.5-inch (650B) MTB Fork
$145.90
- Specific 27.5" (650B) MTB fork with CrMo blades - Disc brake compatible suspension corrected with fork tip eyelets - 300mm steerer (uncut), 30.0mm race, 40mm curved-sweep rake
Soma Carbon Gravel fork 48mm
$429.00
This is an ideal carbon fork for the Soma Wolverine, with similar rake and length. Also ideal for CX and gravel bikes with a 71.5 - 72 degree head angle. If you are going from a 44mm rake CX fork to this, it might speed up your steering a hair. - IS disc mount - 400mm axle to crown - 48mm rake - 1-1/8" alloy steerer (300mm) - 45mm max tire width - Weight: 755g
Soma Champs Elysees disc touring fork
$139.00
MSRP $219.99 Color: Chrome Steerer: 1 1/8" Convert your bike into a low-trail bike for better handling with a front bag. – Tange Infinity CrMo classic curve blades – For 700c wheels – 65mm of rake – 398mm axle-to-crown – 350mm 1-1/8? steerer – Chrome-plated – IS disc tab – Double eyelets at dropouts – Mini rack mounts – Low rider pannier mounts (Note: A low trail fork will not perform well for every type of frame. Know your frame’s geometry and current fork length before purchasing)
Soma Chrome Lugged Track Fork - Threaded
$169.90
- Chrome lugged crown with Tange CrMo legs/steerer - 41mm rake - Axle-crown: 365mm - Brake mount: caliper - Steerer: straight - Wheel (legs): 700c (curved)
Soma Chrome Lugged Track Fork - Threadless
$185.90
- Chrome lugged crown with Tange CrMo legs/steerer - 41mm rake - Axle-crown: 365mm - Brake mount: caliper - Steerer: straight - Wheel (legs): 700c (curved)
Soma ES Road Fork
$189.90
• ES road fork made with Tange Chromoly and designed to match the ES road sport frames • Requires 57mm long reach brakes • Available with 43mm or 45mm rake (offset)
Soma Fog Cutter Fork, carbon disc
$250.00
Soma Carbon Fork for Fog Cutter. Same maroon paint. Straight-blade carbon fork for the Soma Fog Cutter frame. Choose the 43mm rake version for frame sizes 54-61. Choose the 48mm rake version for frame sizes 48-51. - IS disc mount - 400mm axle to crown - 43mm or 48mm rake - 1-1/8" alloy steerer (300mm long) - 45mm max tire width - Weight: 775g - Does not have mid-blade mounts
Soma Lugged Cross Fork
$165.90
- Lugged Cross fork to match the Double Cross Cyclocross frames - Lugged crown with Tange CrMo construction - Features eyelets for front rack and braze-ons for low-rider panniers - 44mm rake - Brake mount: cantilever
Soma Lugged Curved Cross Fork - Disc
$165.90
- Lugged Cross fork to match the Double Cross Cyclocross frames - Lugged crown with Tange CrMo construction - Features eyelets for front rack and braze-ons for low-rider panniers - 44mm rake - Brake mount: IS disc
Soma Smoothie Road Fork
$169.90
- Smoothie road fork is design to match the Smoothie frames - Tange CrMo construction - 49mm reach brakes - Wheel (rake): 700c (43mm) - Steerer: straight (28.6/30.0) - Axle-crown: 365mm - Brake mount: caliper
Soma Wolverine fork (QR or thru-axle)
$99.00 - $179.00
Soma now has three fork options for the Wolverine, our most popular frame for custom builds. All three forks are fender-friendly and all have generous tire clearance. 1. Cromoly quick release: The original fork is cromoly and quick release. -Flat lugged crown - IS Disc mount - Double eyelets at fork tips -Mid-blade mounts for lowriders - 50mm rake -700c or 650b compatible -The widest tire clearance of all three forks (up to -Pumpkin orange of matte black 2. Cromoly thru-axle: For those who want a little more front-end stiffness out of their Wolverine than the quick-release fork provides. - Tange Infinity CrMo - Unicrown straight blade - 400mm axle to crown - 50mm rake - Fits 700x45mm tires with fenders (this has slightly less clearance than the lugged) - Lowrider pannier mounts - 15mm thru-axle included Orange or Matte Black - IS disc mount - 400mm axle to crown - 48mm rake - 1-1/8" alloy steerer (300mm) - 45mm max tire width - Weight: 755g -Quick release, not thru-axle. -Gloss black only -Alloy steerer. -Note that the carbon fork has fewer mounting points (for example, no midblade mounts so no lowrider panniers). For that reason, this fork is great for road and gravel riding as well as for cyclocross, but less useful for touring.
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