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THM Introduces Clavicula M3 Mountain Bike Crankset, Baby Steps into Tapered Forks

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2013 THM Carbone Clavicula M3 mountain bike cranksets

THM Carbone has pushed their carbon fiber cranks onto the trail. The new Clavicula M3 mountain bike cranksets use the same basic design as their road versions but with four BCD/spider options tailored to the dirt. Pics and bits below, along with look at their first tapered fork. If you’ve noticed, any bike built up with their insanely light road fork has always used a straight steerer. Well, the times they are a changing, and THM is getting there one eighth of an inch at a time…

2013 THM Carbone Clavicula M3 mountain bike cranksets

2013 THM Carbone Clavicula M3 mountain bike cranksets

2013 THM Carbone Scapula CT tapered carbon fiber road bike fork

The THM Scapula CT’s steerer tube tapers from 1-1/8″ to 1-1/4″, no full 1.5″ taper yet. Their rep says the CT’s fore/aft stiffness is a little less than their regular fork for more comfort, but is stiffer laterally.

2013 THM Carbone Scapula CT tapered carbon fiber road bike fork

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xcgeek.com
10 years ago

if looks could kill…

GP
GP
10 years ago

I really hate THM carbone’s products’ graphics. They really should hire a graphic designer.

Andy
Andy
10 years ago

they probably will…

Whatever
Whatever
10 years ago

it’s games beyond fat people.

Meh
Meh
10 years ago

Eh, SISL2’s look way better and would be stiffer

gatouille
gatouille
10 years ago

“2-fach BCD 64 / 104” –> 470g, light weight but…… 167.5 Q-Factor !!!!!! ….and 800€ !!!
Sorry, I prefer Hollowgram SL.

Nick
Nick
10 years ago

Why does the double with 64/104 BCD say for 29ers? Fairly sure that’ll work irrespective of wheel size…

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