Category Archives: cross bike
Low Bicycles’ Prototype Cross Frame
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Andrew Low sent this over, along with some other photos and information, but we’ll wait to share the rest for the time being. However, it seems that he’s developing cyclocross frames for TCB Courier’s team. I know it’s a bit late in the season, but these things take time and now at least the guys will have ample time to make any design changes until next season begins. Eventually, after all the details are dialed in, Andrew will add these bikes to the Low Bicycles catalog.

More information to come, for now, follow Low on Instagram.

Dec 15, 2014 4 comments
Crash Nationals January 8th During Cross Nationals in Austin
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With less than a month to go, I wanted to remind you all of this race on Thursday, January 8th during ‘Cross Nationals in Austin.

“Mark your calendars – get ready – Beat the Clock Cycling and The Radavist will be throwing one hell of an unsanctioned cross race Thursday night before Cross Nationals in Austin. There will be an afterparty, booze and fun times. More information to come.”

If you’re planning on coming to Nationals in Austin, make it a week-long event. I’d bring a beefy set of tires with you for trail riding and night lamps, not blink lights. LAMPS.

Dec 15, 2014 Comments are OFF
44 Bikes: Murdered Out Huntsman
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The latest from Kris’ garage is truly drool-worthy. This Huntsman is about as black as a bike can get, save for the 44 Bikes’ insignia and a few product labels. These are some of my favorite disc “all-road” / cross bikes out there… even with disc brakes!

Thanks for sharing this one, Kris!

Dec 14, 2014 Comments are OFF
CX HAIRS: LIKEAVOS 2.2

Cross season seems so short. Or maybe time flies when you’re having fun. Thankfully the CX Hairs content keeps rolling in. Here’s LIKEAVOS 2.2!

Dec 11, 2014 Comments are OFF
The South Coast on the Specialized Diverge

I couldn’t imagine riding with a camera bag of that size, but kudos to these guys from Cycle Atlas for hauling their own load. You rarely see that these days, especially with footage like this.

New South Wales’ South Coast is captured magnificently in this video and it really matches with how everyday people would use a bike like the Diverge.

Dec 10, 2014 5 comments