None of my Kona authorized LBSs (within +80 miles of me) carry the Major One, which I guess isn't a surprise since it's probably not a high demand bike at the shop. What's the best way to try one out…Continue
Grew up riding recreationally: bmx (DiamondBack), mtn bike (Specialized & Bridgestone--both rigids), road & triathlon (Trek 5200). Now, well past my physical prime, I'm looking for other interesting rides such as single speeds and CX.
Current Bike Collection:
Just my 2000 carbon Trek 5200 (stock).
Favorite thing about cyclocross:
Though I haven't tried CX yet, it looks like fun and a great workout. And cracking open a beer after a race . . . well, sounds like a nice way to cool down.
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Sorry, I saw your request a little late. I haven't been checking this. Do you still need info on the Specialized Singlecross or Tricross? Overall, very good bikes. Depending on the level of geared version, it's just a weight difference. The Specialized Singlecross is a very durable bike - not light. Stock wheels are below average imo if you pay attention to that stuff - for a beginner, they are fine and bombproof. Please let me know if you need any other info. Thanks. Scott