We’ve seen the Low CX bike evolve here at Radavist, so it should come as no surprise that this year’s CX offering is disc-equipped. The LOW CX Mkii is finally ready for pre-order, just in time for ‘cross season. It’s made in house at LOW in San Francisco from proprietary tubing, features internal routing, smooth welds and will clear a 40mm tire. Check out more at Low, read their PR below, pre-order a frame for $2,450 here and don’t miss the previous galleries over there on the left.
Here’s the lowdown from LOW:
“The low mkii cx, our first production cyclocross frame, has been painstakingly thought out, designed and race tested over a two year period. For this project we took the tube design one step further to maximize this frame’s performance; hand- tweaking the shape, tuning the thickness and butting of each tube to get just the right amount of flex and stiffness in just the right places. At the end of this process, we are confident we have produced one of the finest aluminum cyclocross frames on the market – hand built or mass produced.
Developed directly from our mkI CX prototype, the mkII CX features several functional improvements and now comes standard with Disk brakes for that extra needed stopping power, and fully internal shifter and brake cables for reliable performance and a clean, streamlined look. Tire clearance was also improved, making the mkii cx increadibly versatile, allowing the frame to double up as a very capable gravel grinder.”