Wind-cheating road fork seats brake at rear of fork to reduce turbulance

New Products: 4ZA Fast Fork

The 4za ‘Fast Fork, as seen on Team Lotto Bellisol’s bikes is soon to be available in the UK, via distributor Moore Large.

In developing the fork, 4za say that their main goal was to reduce aerodynamic drag and turbulance around the brake – solving both issues by integrating the front brake in the rear leg of the Split-fork. The brake is not only shielded from the wind, it also increases the performance of the Split-fork since the drag is now neutralized from axle to fork crown.

The 4za Fast fork is compatible with all road frames that feature a 1 1/2" lower bearing and 1 1/8" upper bearing. Three colours, seen below will be available.

4ZA product will feature on the Ridley stand at Eurobike, which is located in hall A7, stand 300.

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