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Cyclocross Bikes

All-City Nature Cross Single-Speed
$2,099.00
The Nature Cross Single Speed comes primed for racing, covering quick up-and-downs, and cutting through the gnarliest of courses. Now crafted from A.C.E tubing — All-City’s proprietary air-hardened, custom-designed, extruded steel tubing — the Nature Cross's expertly engineered butting profiles and wall diameters provide advantages that even the most excellent off-the-shelf tubing just can’t match. Stronger, lighter, quicker, and stiffer than ever, it’s simply unlike any other singlespeed in the world. Featuring modern race geometry and an ovalized top tube for easy shouldering over obstacles, we’ve increased the Nature Cross's mud clearance to eliminate unnecessary pit stops on the course. Built with an Eccentric Bottom Bracket to manage the chain tensioning, a shortened chainstay, and replaceable derailleur hanger, we’ve also outfitted the Nature Cross with a Columbus Futura carbon fork with adjustable rake, tapered head and steerer tubes, and clearance for 700c x 42mm tires. With a fresh paint job, all the All-City custom touches you’ve come to expect star here too, including custom seat collar and dropouts, flat-mount brakes, and star reinforcements on the bottle bosses and fender mounts. For steel lovers starving for competition, these updates to the Nature Cross are destined to get you across the finish line faster than ever before. - A.C.E steel tubing: All-City’s proprietary air-hardened, extruded steel tubing, custom designed to be lighter and stronger for riding and racing - Contemporary race geometry, raised bottom bracket, shortened chainstay, and increased mud clearance - Ovalized top tube for easy shouldering over barriers - E.D. coated for durability and rust prevention - Built-in seat clamp and internal rear brake cable routing - Columbus Futura carbon fork with adjustable rake - Fits 700c x 42mm tires
Ibis Hakkalugi Disc (Force CX1)
$4,199.00
The Ibis Hakkalügi Disc, while technically a cyclocross bike, has always been much more. It’s been ridden on road centuries, on epic dirt rides surrounded by others on mountain bikes, and in local underground races. Some of the best rides involve a bit of road and a bit of dirt. And it’s successfully raced cyclocross—quite a few races at that. With its rainbow-striped pedigree, the Hakkalugi offers superb handling and a perfect fit, thanks in part to its carbon construction, 135mm rear spacing, and a tapered steerer. Up front, carbon continues to lead the way with Enve's beautiful and insanely strong thru-axle ’cross fork. There's room for fat tires, too—the frame and fork clear knobby 38mm-wide tires with room to spare for mud. The main highlight of this build is the SRAM Force 1 x 11-speed CX1 groupset, which offers better chain management and smooth shifting no matter what the conditions or terrain. The Shimano mechanical disc brakes let you scrub your speed with ease across all weather conditions and through the most precarious courses. Your cross races will never be the same.
Ibis Hakkalugi Disc (Ultegra)
$4,199.00
With a name that evokes cold mornings, mud-filled pits, and warm waffles Ibis' Hakkalugi Disc Ultegra is ready for 45 minutes of all-out speed and suffering. With a rainbow-striped pedigree, this cyclocross bike offers superb handling and a perfect fit, thanks in part to the carbon construction, 135mm rear spacing and a tapered steerer. Up front, carbon continues to lead the way with Enve's beautiful and insanely strong thru-axle ’cross fork. There's room for fat tires, too; the frame and fork clear knobby 38mm-wide tires with room to spare for mud. The super light and incredibly stiff Disc-alugi is perfect for the race course as well as all-day dirt road explorations. The main highlight of this build, besides the buttery-smooth 11-speed Shimano Ultegra drivetrain and fast-rolling Stan's wheelset, is the Shimano hydraulic disc brakes that let you modulate your speed with ease across all weather conditions and through the most precarious courses. Your cross races will never be the same.
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