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    Default Road disc fork with mudguard eyes

    Ok, I'm new on here, so hopefully you guy's can help me out? I'm the bike fitter at a shop in London and we do a fair number of custom frame builds for clients, I have a guy who wants a disc specific Ti road bike with a carbon fork, but he wants full mudguards front and rear, any ideas?
     

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    Default Re: Road disc fork with mudguard eyes

    Check out Whisky Parts Co. - QBP house brand. I guess it depends on the ATC you're looking for - they have two 'cross forks with eyelets for mudguards - ATC is 396 and 398mm, which might be a bit tall.

    They also have new road and 'cross forks with a thru-axle, though they don't look to have eyelets.
     

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    Default Re: Road disc fork with mudguard eyes

    Wound Up makes a disc road fork and will add fender (mudguard) eyelets on request.
     

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    Default Re: Road disc fork with mudguard eyes

    Co Motion out of Eugene OR have a OEM fork that I believe they sell aftermarket.
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    Default Re: Road disc fork with mudguard eyes

    Quote Originally Posted by donevwil View Post
    Wound Up makes a disc road fork and will add fender (mudguard) eyelets on request.
    Per an email from woundup last week, the commuter / light touring fork is now available as standard with eyelets and disc mounts. AC heights are 370mm or 380mm.
     

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    Default Re: Road disc fork with mudguard eyes

    Not sure about Redline's fork performance, but this might be of help too.

    REDLINE BICYCLES FORKS
     

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    Default Re: Road disc fork with mudguard eyes

    Here's a photo of the WoundUp fork (post #27) on a ti bike:

    Signature Cycles

    I've seen this bike in person, and it is off the charts.
     

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    Default Re: Road disc fork with mudguard eyes

    Thanks guys thats really helpful, already mailed Wound Up and I'll take a look at the rest as well.

    Cheers
     

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    Default Re: Road disc fork with mudguard eyes

    I've got the WoundUp on my IF....it's a nice classic fork but not as stiff as a modern fork. That may- or may-not be an issue depending on the style of bike. For my IF its a good match.
    IF disc road bike

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    Default Re: Road disc fork with mudguard eyes

    There's a couple options here: Universal Cycles -- Forks - Road > All 700c Forks

    Winwood used to make two carbon forks but they must have left the market.
     

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