Quick one for the techies..
This is where I start to get a bit lost.
I've been told that the slacker your head tube angle then the more offset is required on the fork? Is this correct?
Looking at swapping the fork out from the supplied re-branded Deda Black Rain to something a bit lighter and firmer.
Been looking at Easton's EC90, some places are advertising particular models as 'curved'. Does this just meen maximum offset?
They would appear to mirror the shape of the one I have.
Would a straight fork improve the handling of my bike making it more direct and quicker or is that a more complex matter of geometry?