Please be concerned about ti forks. Take a lesson from Rody...he reckons steer clear of a ti fork full stop and I can see his point.
I had a pair of those XCAD/CAM/etc? chinese forks and even though they weighed NOTHING and looked pretty cool I sold them on in the end. A lot of people on here sent me links to the snapped ones that kept appearing on MTBR. A snapped ti rigid fork is not something I would like to go down on....
Also ti flexes like crazy. It doesnt seem quite right when riding along on them. Even the old skool quality IRD ti forks I have on the Fat Ti now flex like buggery when braking or tracking over stuff. They do seem a little worrying and I wouldnt want to beat the sh*t out of them just in case.
As Rody has said in the past - I would really stick with a steel fork. Safer, stronger and cheaper to boot.
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