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Trials fork 26" CLEAN TRIALS K1 | V2 | RIM 4 bolt

Carbon fork 26" CLEAN K1 | V2


Carbon trials fork CLEAN TRIALS K1 model V2 for rim brake. Fork was designed from very popular model CLEAN CARBON X2 and offer few improvements! Fork is very light and still very strong! Aluminium insert in the steerer tube. Fork is made for tapered 1-1/8" - 1,5" frames. Made for standard hubs without thru axle, but there is a option to change aluminium dropouts insert for a 12mm thru axle hub.

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- trials carbon fork CLEAN TRIALS 26" K1 V2
- designed in cooperation with Abel Mustieles (trials World champion) and also Sebastian Ruiz
- made from one piece which 
guarantees better behaviour and stiffnes
- the fork is made with tapered steerer tube 1 1/8" on top and 1,5" on bottom which is great for better durability and stiffnes
- steerer tube is coated with the kevlar layer, for better resistance in the headtube from the presure of bearings and stem
- inside the steerer tube is integrated nut
- 180mm lenght steerer tube with integrated 45° system for bottom bearing (there is not necessary to add the bottom ring from headset)
- 4 bolt rim brake mount
- 4 bolt mounting is spaced 92mm on the rear part of the fork
- dropouts are made for standard hubs with 10mm axles, but aluminium inserts can be changed for 12 thru axle hub
- UD carbon in black with dark black CLEAN TRIALS graphic
- special aluminium inserts on dropouts which can be changed for the 12mm thru axle version

- lenght (from the crown race to the hub axle): 400mm
- axle offset: +40mm
- rim brake mounts spacing: 92mm
- dropouts spacing: 104mm
- steerer tube lenght: 180mm
- weight: 630g (full lenght of steerer tube 180mm)

Fork is supplied with the integrated steerer nut with M6 screw

Clean Trials 2.0

Data sheet

Brake mounts
Rim 4-bolts
Steerer tube
1 1/8" - 1.5" (28,6 - 38,1mm)

Specific References