Interloc Cyclo-cross Frame Frames

5/5 (1 Reviews)


Product Description

• Clearance for 38c tires with fenders • Slightly taller headtube extension, so you don't have to use as many spacers with threadless stems. 1-1/8" headset. € Rear wheel fits road hubs or mountain hubs € Front facing seatpost clamp stays away from rear wheel spray • Breeze-In dropouts • Chromoly straight blade unicrown fork is an option • Available in Racing Green with gold accents and Sparkling Black w/ gold accents • 10 sizes: 42cm - 62cm • Weight: 3.9 lbs. (52cm)


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by squi a Recreational Rider

Date Reviewed: October 24, 2004

Strengths:    Compact Style.
Quick response.
Small company.


Weaknesses:    In racing cyclocross, it would be a tight squeeze to through it over my shoulder.

Bottom Line:   
This compact style frame is very sharp and responsive. It's the perfect long lasting steel frame that feels and responds like aluminum. Mine is a 2002, 631 steel frame/fork, and setup as a road bike. Beautiful workmanship, although that Race Green color is something else! Excellent ride for a spinner (48-38). Good for those with short legs and long torso. The straight fork compliments the frame.

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Favorite Ride:   Cape Ann Loop

Purchased At:   Harborside Cycle, Gl

Similar Products Used:   Salsa La Cruz (853 steel)

Bike Setup:   IRD Frame/fork, FSA crank, Mavic Pro wheels, Ultegra, Ritchey, and the best seatpost around: Thomson.



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