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Old 08-20-09, 03:22 AM   #1
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2010 TriCrosses

Just repeating the news from the MTB forum: the website's updated. The 2010 Tricross Sport has new handlebars, an adjustable stem...what else? Oh, the cassette is much roadier - max 25t instead of 34t.

There is also a non-sport version now, the "Tricross Triple". Alloy seatpost, "Shimano 2300" (?) FD/RD. The description of the frame on the features page is different, but the same tech specs. Hrm.

Old news to lots of people I guess.
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Old 08-20-09, 03:53 AM   #2
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Getting one ?
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I've got the comp model. New fork (S-Works), new brakes (Tekro wide canti), new handlebars (shallow drop). Cassette is a 12/27. All 105 components minus the crank.

That triple version is neat. Low cost entry level bike.
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>Getting one ?

Yeah, a 2010 Tricross Sport would really add some diversity to my stable.
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Looks like the Singlecross has been dropped from the line up.
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I hadn't really noticed that the singlecross was missing. I'm really surprised by that as it seemed to be a popular bike around here.
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Looks like the Sport now has the fork-mounted brake hanger, too...
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Dealer pricing shows the Singlecross is still available, just not showing on the web. On the dealers private web site, the Singlecross does not appear to have changed.

Same colors, and specs as the 09'.
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