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02/18/2014 Yet another beautiful build by our friends Shand Cycles, an independent British bicycle manufacturer based in Scotland.

09/06/2013 Looking for a track fork? Check out the Wound Up track fork on Broakland Bikes from the Bay area. Note: We reverse our 45mm dropouts to obtain a 35mm rake.

Previous News Stories

Donhou Bicycles of Norwich partnered with Rapha on their Continental project and gave us this well crafted all weather bicycle with mechanical disc brakes and a Wound Up fork. For more information click here.

For those looking to add an adventure gravel bike to their collection (or something along those lines) check out Calfee's Dragonfly Adventure bike.

Congratulations to 611 Bicycle Co. for Best Cyclocross Bike at the 2012 NAHBS. Dykstra painted a Team X Canti Cyclocross fork to beatifully match the steel frame. More information can be found here.

If you are interested in a Wound Up fork, or already riding on one, be sure to check out our Specs page for an updated Fork Guide, including installation, inspection and maintenance tips.

Wound Up™ Composites would like to thank NAHBS for the unique opportunity to interface with bicycle enthusiasts on a face-to-face basis.  Photos from the event will be available soon.   We had a great time and are looking forward to seeing you again next year in Sacramento!



In 1995, Wound Up™ unveiled an innovative composite road fork that set a number of precedents in the world of bicycle components. Wound Up™ was the first manufacturer to introduce a patented composite steer tube and the first manufacturer to offer a production composite fork that weighed less than a pound. Our "no compromise" ride quality combined lateral leg stiffness with carbon's unique dampening properties, yet another first. It was not surprising that our forks consistently outperformed those of our competitors in rigorous fatigue and static load tests. There was and still is nothing else on the market quite like Wound Up™.

Even today, the same could be said of Wound Up™ forks. We continue to make refinements and build relationships. Working with both framebuilders and other OEMs, we continually push our product development towards higher performance and uncompromising safety standards. We also strive to build relationships with riders, working with some of the world's best in their respective sports. And we remain committed to building and growing these alliances so that we continue to offer innovative cycling components to competitive racers and demanding recreational cyclists.