The Parlee CX is quite possibly the perfect carbon cyclocross bike. The CX takes everything Parlee has learned from creating the world's best carbon road frames, and applied those same principals; providing a frame that is incredibly stiff, compliant, and will excellent handling manners and accuracy. Parlee have chosen a wishbone seatstay on the CX in order to provide ample stiffness under braking and control in hard cornering. No detail goes unnoticed with Parlee, as all of molded, carbon fiber cable stops have been top-mounted on the top tube, ensuring easy shouldering. With ample tire clearance, the CX is capable in all conditions, from bone dry to mud fest; the bike is up to the task.
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Looks interesting.. understand just in the shopping/evaluation stage now.. not ... Read More »
Sticky suggestion: Links to the weekend's live CX feeds in US and Europe
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Hello fellow members,
Quick question here, didn't find my answer within the forums. Currently looking to purchase or build a racing wheel set for the remaining CX season. Racing in SoCal so our CX courses aren't very wet at all. Most are dry, hard pack, lots of grass, little sand
I want to ... Read More »
I'm thinking of building up a CX bike for some off-road adventures. I'll definitely be using disc brakes. For the wheel build, I'm trying to decide between 28 and 32 hole and 2 or 3 cross. I weigh about 175. Most of the off-road riding would be fire roads and trails. Nothing too crazy as I also ... Read More »
Cross-posted over at mtbr, but rbr cx page seems to get a bit more traffic. Anyway:
Has anyone here had much success with using a hookless MTB rim as a tubeless setup for their cross bike?
I've had pretty great luck with Stans Alpha 400 rims and Vittoria TNT tires, but that was after a bit of ... Read More »