CX/SS has the exact same geometry and sizing as our top-notch CXR ‘cross racing platform. Crafted from double butted chromoly and mated to a carbon fork with ample clearance for the muddiest of conditions, the CX/SS is extremely clean and simple with a singlespeed drivetrain and fast rolling Kenda Happy Medium 700x40 tires. It’s safe to say that the CX/SS is the ultimate bike in the fun category!
I just got a great deal from bonktown.com on a Swobo Crosby SS/CX bike. ($465)
So now I want to swap out the SRAM Torpedo hub (a nifty idea, but too complicated - I want a simple flip-flip). I was wondering about opinions on where to buy a SSCX wheel, or whether I should just buy the hub and ta ... Read More »
I saw this listing and I cant stop thinkiing about it.
Even though its a bit more than I would spend on a single speed cx bike, I have to ask you.
What is this bike really worth????
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I installed a Ti CX fork on my old steel Mojo. A set of SS CX wheels with chain tensioner. It has plenty of tire clearance but obviously the rear canti's wont reach the rim. Anybody ever seen an alternative for this rear brake setup. Rear V-Brake won't worky either. Can't believe how great this bike ... Read More »
What do guys think about a tubeless setup using stans 355 rims mated to white Ind standard eno rear hub? I weigh 175ish. 6'3" currently driving 42/17 42/19 (on WI duo) last year. Is this any good? Track style dropouts on bike,.
What wheels do you use that are ssspd specific?
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I'm hoping to build up a Pompino 120mm rear end (I can no longer get the 135mm rear end version in an XL anywhere and I already have wheels for that! Bugga).
I need to know the chain line so that I can sort out a crank set. I was hoping that I would be able to run a MTB crank. I have a s ... Read More »