Kore Torsion Saddle 2012 The Kore Torsion Saddle 2012 are race proven under the most demanding conditions. Features: TRT T-Rail Technology Forged alloy rail, stronger than standard tubular rails Rail mounting allows flex in the saddle shell for comfort 55mm for amp; aft adjustment - more than standard rails Interchange with any I-Beam seat or post Specifications: AL6061-T6 Forged T Rail CNC Rail Pockets For Reduced Weight 10mm Super Light Foam Recessed Center Groove PU Gloss And Matte Covers with Kevlar Corners Debossed Logos with Stainless Riveted Badge Black or White Dimensions - 280mm x 135mm Weight - 204g Buy Kore Torsion Saddle 2012 from Chain Reaction Cycles, the world's largest online bicycle store.
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Anyone have any experience w/ these wheels ? I have not been able to find any info. Thanks.Read More »
Any word on whether or not these will ever be available again?
Surly still lists them on their Web site. All of the places I've checked are out of them and can't get them. JensonUSA lists them as back in stock in January, which is odd. I've e-mailed Surly, but haven't heard back yet. I'd love to ... Read More »
anyone have this wheel set?
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I can't find reviews anywhere. I'm looking for an AM wheel set with a 20mm front axle and these seem like a good value and relatively light weight compared to other wheel sets in the pric ... Read More »
I have a Kore Torsion front hub to service here but I has been trying to figure out how to remove the external cups and get access to the bearings but is very hard to do it, I replaced before to other brands without problem but this is the first giving me so many problems.
If any ... Read More »
Would anybody here know whether the DT Swiss Fork's Torsion Box which is located at the back of the fork (instead of the front which is the norm) will collide with the downtube when the fork bottoms out? From general pictures, you would think that the torsion box arch will in fact make contact with ... Read More »