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Cyclocross

Cyclocross Bikes

Cannondale CAADX 105 SE
$1,499.99
Serious do-it-all versatility meets serious ‘cross racing capability. With a lightweight, smooth-riding frame and the same traction, fit, and handling as the new SuperX, CAADX is the ultimate “race on Sunday, commute on Monday” all-around adventure machine. With the unflappable Shimano 105 drivetrain, and powerful TRP mechanical disc brakes at your disposal, you'll be primed to conquer course or commute with equal ease. Tough WTB STP i19 rims, WTB Riddler 37mm tires, and Cannondale components are on hand to ensure the CAADX is battle-ready, whether you're in the weekend racing fray, or zipping to work on a weekday morning.
Bianchi Zolder Disc
$3,000.00
If you need one bike to ride all season long, race the next Monster Cross event and keep your annual mileage legit, Bianchi offers the Zolder Disc. This Bianchi cyclocross bike has a carbon monocoque frame with World Cup geometry. A full carbon fork with a 1.5” bottom bearing provides quick steering while internal shifter cable routing will keep the shifting smooth and free of dirt. The bottom bracket drop of this bike is 2mm lower than Bianchi's previous generation carbon cyclocross bike so it falls in line with the demands of riders using the Zolder for long days in the saddle across all kinds of road conditions. The Zolder's Fulcrum Racing wheels are tough enough for the rigors of cyclocross and Vittoria's 700x33c Terreno tires provide the traction and speed you need to take the holeshot. It also features a 2x11-speed Shimano 105/Ultegra drivetrain, Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, and a slew of Reparto Corse components to finish the build.
Specialized CruX E5
$1,400.00
Whether you're looking to race cyclocross or explore the dirt roads in your area, Specialized's CruX E5 is your willing accomplice. Its lightweight aluminum frame is full of cross-oriented touches like a shoulder-friendly top tube, internal cable routing to keep the muck out, and plenty of tire clearance. Up front, the FACT-carbon fork boasts a tapered steerer for precision handling, and it pairs nicely with the TRP Spyre disc brakes for confident, smooth braking. And for even more on/off-road versatility, the CruX is spec'd with light, smooth DT Swiss wheels, a smooth-shifting Shimano Tiagra drivetrain, and stiff FSA cranks.
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