Bombtrack’s Arise SSCX Frame in Action Jan 29, 2015

The Arise is Bombtrack’s singlespeed drop bar bike, with clearance for bigger tires, canti or v-brake studs and a geometry dialed in for off-road riding. Its versatility is heightened even more by its removable cable guides and rear derailleur hanger, added to the track end dropouts. Need more information? Head to Bombtrack.

  • Andrew Deane

    Basically a Surly cross-check, but probably harder to source and possibly more expensive. If it was something sexier than 4130 it might be interesting.

    • markosajn

      Kind of…You can get it for about a 1000$, and it’s an awesome bike. Think of Bombtrack as a company that’s on a good way to becoming the “European Surly” – not a bad thing at all ;)

  • Andrew Deane

    Complete or frame only? A surly cross check frame is less than $500 and a complete can be found for ~ $1200. They are remarkably similar. Still not sure why one would go with the bomb track over a surly.

    • markosajn

      Complete… Surly costs a bit more in Europe, just like Bombtrack costs a bit more in the states I guess…so if you are from Europe and in the market for a SSCX bicycle that is easily convertible to gears, this bike makes sense. And don’t get me wrong, I love Surly, but I also like to see companies like Bombtrack grow.