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Steel frame cross bikes

Hello, this is my first post on this forum.

Besides the Jamis Nova, LeMond Poprad, and Surly Cross Check what are some steel frame cross bikes?
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Ritchey Swiss cross https://www.ritcheylogic.com/

Can't say I like the color. I ride a mtb by this guy and it's wicked.

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Soma, Independent Fab, Sycip, Soulcraft, Vanilla, Steelman. Yes, my dream list. BTW, I ride a steel IF Planet X. Fantastic.
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I ride a Sycip Crossdresser, steel frame. I love it--classic steel ride, bulletproof!
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Originally Posted by Mister_Salty
I ride a Sycip Crossdresser, steel frame. I love it--classic steel ride, bulletproof!
Pix! I'd like to see that...
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I ride a Pinarello steel frame cx bike. I've bought a steel frame made by Pinarello. it was one of the last runs of steel cx frames by this Italian manufacturer. The rest os the bike is pretty much Campy Centaur and bunch of other nice goodies. Rides like a dream. Last time I checked I noticed that Pinarello switched to Aluminum in their cx line. Too bad. I know a place where you can get one of these frames. Email me if you need more info: iemir@yahoo.com
Otherwise you can go full custom as other person has suggested.
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i ride a Soulcraft and its a dream =)
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I like my Eurocross. https://steelmancycles.com/eurocross.html
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Thank you everyone for your help.
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Gunnar Crosshairs........REynolds 853 , hard to go wrong. Very comfortable, but stay away from the AL. fork.
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Originally Posted by chuckg
Hello, this is my first post on this forum.

Besides the Jamis Nova, LeMond Poprad, and Surly Cross Check what are some steel frame cross bikes?

The Bianchi Axis crossbike. I got mine in May. Awesome bike once you get the front brakes properly tuned.

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Originally Posted by moose1
The Bianchi Axis crossbike. I got mine in May. Awesome bike once you get the front brakes properly tuned.

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Awesome bike, but not steel...
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Here's a photo. Sorry for the delay
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Very nice. Hopefully, it'll be at the races next month...
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2005 Poprad switches from Reynolds 853 to Platinum tubing, gets a true cross double crankset with a 12-27 cassette, carbon post and better quality inline levers.. still basically the same price and still 105 all around.. white with blue panels paintjob looks awesome to boot. buy it!

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Originally Posted by Revtor
2005 Poprad switches from Reynolds 853 to Platinum tubing, gets a true cross double crankset with a 12-27 cassette, carbon post and better quality inline levers.. still basically the same price and still 105 all around.. white with blue panels paintjob looks awesome to boot. buy it!

~Steve (2004 black 853 poprad)

I bought one this past Saturday. It was supposed to arrive today (Wed.) but now is scheuduled to arrive Monday. LBS said, maybe, a slight chance it will get here by Friday. I sure hope so as it will occupy my weekend.

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