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You may have seen at the recent UCI Road Cycling World Championships how a rider in the junior race http://winevault.ca/?perex=trader-option crashed due to a broken fork steerer tube.

Not much information has been released of the cause, however it has been suggested that the bike may have been Tadalafil Oral Strips Buy 20 MG damaged due to coming off the team car during the TT.

See the article at: http://velonews.competitor.com/2015/09/news/broken-steerer-at-worlds-likely-due-to-prior-crash_386664.

 

We see http://creatingsparks.com.gridhosted.co.uk/tag/glasgow-chamber-of-commerce/ lots of forks with damage to the steerer when performing our carbon bike assessments, almost rencontre ipad cam 2 out of 3 forks we scan has a fault or some form of damage.

Sometimes the damage is visible such as a crack due to go to link overtightening of the stem or the source site incorrect fit of the compression plug.

In other cases the damage only shows up in the http://ramblingroseboutique.com/?prertwe=kissed-dating-goodbye-by-joshua-harris&a65=e2 Ultrasound scan, such as a delamination from an overload or porosity/voids during manufacture.
source url Incorrect cutting of the steerer when fitting the fork can also cause a delamination which may then grow over time.
In some cases the manufacturer has become aware of the production fault and http://www.fordbaris.com/?jiiias=analiz-forex-gcm&95d=cd recalled the fork, we have a link to the recall pages here.

Either way, this damage can cause a sudden failure, posibly resulting in http://agencijapragma.com/?kiopoa=option-binaire&d03=2c serious injury.

 

fork steerer delamination

The photo shows a fork that showed regina dating sites no visual signs of damage, however the area marked in yellow was delaminated, severely limiting its structural capacity.

 

We recommend regular inspection of this critical area, and the use of click here torque wrenches during assembly. If your bike has been involved in a crash or impact, such as on the car roof rack, we can assess the bike for any signs of damage with our Ultrasound scan.

In most cases fork steerer damage can be repaired making the fork fully functional and safe again.

If you have any doubts over the safety of you bike get it checked out