As to the fork, an aluminium or carbon fiber fork with the right rake would be a better bet I think.
Tire options are limited by clearance but tubulas, as large as you can go and with supple casings. Also consider relatively low pressure.
Joe Bender-Zanoni Great Notch, NJ "Painfully remembering road excursions on my Cannondale track with on topic 3Rensho made fork".
marc garcia wrote:
>I've been riding my raleigh pro track bike alot on the
>streets and I'm sure you can imagine it can be a bit
>of a harsh ride. I have a fork from a raleigh
>international with the steer tube length and I was
>wondering if I swith out the forks will this have any
>difference in the harshness of the ride?
>any info would be appreciated.