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This blog will be dormant for the next seven days. Cycle touring seems all the rage these days. This time it’s for several days of riding in Japan. Not an obvious cycling destination for some but with billiard table tarmac, mountains galore, courteous drivers and more, it should be. You don’t even need to “bike […]...

Lombardia Preview

Winter is coming and Lombardia is the last great race of the year. Nevermind the season fatigue you’ve accumulated, time for a last show of stamina as this is often a rewarding and dramatic race to enjoy before the off-season arrives. The Route: Unlike the other Monuments Lombardia often changes its route substantially but this […]...

My World by Peter Sagan Book Review

Who is Peter Sagan He’s the rider in the green jersey and the rainbow bands, the one who does the wheelies, the videos and more. Yet go r all the iconic images and animated GIFs the person behind them seems elusive so here’s his autobiography with 260 pages to explain more. L’Equipe’s Philippe Brunel, who […]...

Paris-Tours Preview

The French autumn classic with a new twist this year, a series of gravel roads in between the vineyards. Also don’t miss this Saturday’s Giro dell’Emilia, more of which below too. The Route: 214.5km between Chartres and Tours, another deceptively named race as it starts some 90km outside of Paris. Many French races retain the […]...

The Finances of Ag2r La Mondiale

Having covered Team Sky’s budget the other day, here’s a closer look at the team budget of Ag2r La Mondiale, the French team in the World Tour sponsored by one of France’s largest mutual insurance firms and one that is about to get even bigger. That’s a grab of the accounts filed with the court […]...

UCI Reforms Review

A quick note on the UCI reforms announced or reported on last week, whether the Women’s World Tour, tramadol bans or the sort-of reforms for men’s pro cycling. Skip this post if your eyes are glazing over already but it’s helpful to put some notes down. The first announcement was the reform to men’s pro […]...

SKU-FKLXXXXXXX-11104060 RST Neon T10 26

RST Neon T10 26" 75mm Fork Black No Steerer - FKLXXXXXXX-11104060 by Rst

Item description: This Other Forks product is by Rst - RST Neon T10 Suspension ForksInterchangeable steerer tube compatibleAluminum lower legs with canti posts and 51mm IS disc mountsCold-forged alloy crown fitted to 25.4mm steel stanchions with Ti-colored finishPreload adjustmentAll RST forks require an 1" or 1-1/8 steerer (sold separately)Routed cable guide on drive side legColor: BlackWeight: 2090gBrake Usage F/R: FrontAxle to Crown Length: 465mmCrown Race: 30.0Brake Type: Disc,CantileverWheel Size: 26"Travel: 75mmFront Hub Spacing: 100mmFront Axle Type: 9x1Spring: CoilWheel Mount Center Offset: 0mmLockout: NoDefined Color: BlackItem Name: Neon... Learn More

Manufacturer: Rst

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