Cyclocross Magazine

Cyclocross Community, Forums, Classifieds, Photos and Videos

Anyone have a Cyclocross bike setup they would like to share that is relatively bullet-proof?  Criteria are: 1. Low maintenance over time  2. Has not broken down over multiple races (even in muddy/ snowy conditions).  Thanks for sharing!

Views: 203

Reply to This

Replies to This Discussion

I would love to make cross my focus.. but am wondering how to do that.  I commonly hear, cross is good to do when the road season is out.  Maybe that is a perception that needs to be changed?  Longterm I think cross is more viable.  Crashing is a fact of road racing and not a pleasant one.  Much better to crash in sand or dirt!


The plus side for my road team is all the support I get (and pay for).  I have two coaches and a really disciplined team.  I don't sense that same support structure for 'cross where I live, around NYC.

you guys make it look easy. great work to anyone that does this sport...its not as easy as it might appear. i dont ride but i love the endurance.   :)


Sold something in our classifieds? Find this site valuable?

Consider a donation to the cause. We're cheaper than eBay fees, and it helps us here at CXM keep the lights on!

Enter any amount below, and click on the cow for some good karma. Thanks!




© 2023   Created by Cyclocross Magazine.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service