Tricross Sport the perfect do-it-all bike for anything from trails to commuting to touring, with rack/fender mounts and secondary brake levers. 9-speed Shimano components and a carbon fork improve gear range and provide smoother ride and quicker handling.
the bike fit me amazing well.
i thought a 49 would be awkward .
but it handled really nice
i was afraid a 50cm trek cross-rip was too small.
but even the 49 tricross didn't feel small.
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I don't see lot of information going on about this bike. Maybe 1-2 weeks ago I saw it already on a UK web site but they removed it.. however, i did copy paste the information before they deleted it.
I heard somewhere that the MSRP price of the Tricross Sport '11 would be around 1250 US like t ... Read More »
I think this is my first post here - while I've cycled on and off over the last 20 or so years, I just now finally bought a good bike. But of course, it's on the cheap end of good - so I'm beginning to think ahead of what I'll change.
I'm a large guy - 6'3", and usually around 250 lbs. This gen ... Read More »
I was wondering what people's thoughts were on the 2007 Jamis Nova which has a Reynolds 631 steel frame. How does this compare to the Specialized TriCross Sport, Fuji Cross Comp, or even the newer Jamis Nova models which are aluminum. It seems like people really like steel and that there are major ... Read More »