BH Carbon Cross Cyclocross Bike

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MSRP : $2050.00

Product Description

The new BH Carbon Cyclocross is built for maximum speed without beating you up on the course. The full carbon fork offers precision handling and ultra light weight. Dismounts are a breeze with top tube cable routing and an overall weight you won’t notice. This is the same frame AG2R-LaMondiale rider and French Cross Champion John Gadret will ride this fall in the European Cyclocross campaign. With a reputation for winning, the BH Cross is an incredible bike designed and built to perform for the best riders in the world as well as those looking for the best performing equipment to elevate their game. Which one are you?

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did anyone race the Fuji Cross Carbon?

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