on my list of things to do. Most LBS in Budapest use the "eyeball/experience" method...coming back to Canada this summer, will look for a place that does proper fitting...
I'm so slow I met myself yesterday...
Here is mine all built up...
I was a little surprised the weight with pedals came in at 19.5lbs. Especially since it's all carbon including steer tube. Guess the 105 set and aksium wheels are a little heavy.
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2014 Fuji Feather CX 1.1. First non-mountain bike and a pure joy to ride. I also posted it in the black bike thread. More of a gravel/commuter bike than a true cross bike. Hope to get out on some off road trails in the West Michigan area soon.
Joining the Ridley crew; bought this last December and got some climbing feet on it; mostly road use (so excuse the Gatorskin tyres!)
Swapped the FSA chainrings out for a black set of Praxis rings
I love how similar everyone's garage door is.
Edit: whoops you're done. Looks nice.
drool... so glad to find this thread. i just got the 2014 redline conquest team carbon frame, so can't wait to build her up.
Just picked this up for the wife, It has older 5600, with 6600 f/r derailers, but couldnt pass it up.
Hello from Belgium!
Obviously there are plenty of local cyclocross bike manufacturers here in Belgium, but still, I was drawn to a legendary American frame, which I built up with SRAM Force, TRP brakes, DT Swiss/Tune wheels and a lot more Ritchey stuff. It rides brilliantly, especially on longer rides. For proper cx racing, carbon fibre is the way to go, but I use this bike on 2-3 hour rides where my friends are on MTBs, and on anything bar very rocky downhills, they are at a disadvantage.
Yaay! It's here! It's here! And it is awesome.
Here is my 2013 Motobecane Fantom
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The wife's yeti with some color enhancements... it had to have pink somewhere
You need to get some pink cables.
I'm not one for fawning over bicycles, but I do believe that our bikes communicate with us, and what this bike is saying is, "You're an idiot." BikeSnobNYC
Just bought my 1st bike in decades. Came across CX because I didn't want limits and I primarily ride on roads. Got a cheap one, but I love it. Such a good stress reliever.
Jamis Nova Sport. The only change I made so far is the seat. Went with an ISM Adamo. That's it so far... I'd love to do a CX race, if I can get my stamina up more...
photo to uploading from my phone keeps failing. Wtf?
My Hakkalügi Disc in gravel century (with rain) mode.
Ibis Hakkalügi Disc, Surly Moonlander, All-City Mr. Pink.
My Crux Pro, built with Di2, enve cockpit, and i9 wheel set. Couldn't be happier!
PBR ME: that's very colorful cx bike.... nice~
I picked this up as both a road & gravel bike. I don't plan on any CX racing as of now, but just to get out more.