GALLERY ! Your Crossbikes

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devinci_rider84
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by devinci_rider84

Stevens Cyclocross-prestige
more info can be found in the topic regarding it.
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mosovich
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Location: Augusta, Ga

by mosovich

I love this bike. Not yet a WW, I'm getting it there though quickly!!
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chr
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by chr

Just got this a few weeks ago:
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Jasperr
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by Jasperr

This are my bikes on the moment.

http://o1-jasper.sitesled.com/empella%20bonfire%20jasper%20001.jpg
http://o1-jasper.sitesled.com/empella%20bonfire%20jasper%20005.jpg

I'm still waiting for 2 BMC Cross Machines 2008 model, wich I will get from my new crossteam. I hope they will be here soon, the mechanic expect the frames to come over today. And he have to build up 14 of them, so he has a lot of work to do.

Rikc
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by Rikc

14 bmc cross machines :shock: That would make a nice picture! Please post one here. I'll bet they look better that the empalla's

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cerro
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by cerro

Rikc: It can't look better than an Empella.

Really nice bikes Jasperr. What is it for carbonwheels?
/jonas l
http://cerrol.wordpress.com (my cyclingblog)

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Jasperr
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Rikc wrote:14 bmc cross machines :shock: That would make a nice picture! Please post one here. I'll bet they look better that the empalla's


I will try to get a picture of them.

cerro wrote: Really nice bikes Jasperr. What is it for carbonwheels?


Thanks in first place, and the wheels are originaly Momentum's with Edco Hubs. I took of the stickers, momentum wheels are a product from van Tuyl in the Netherlands.

Alan
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by Alan

Here's mine, sorry about the double post :oops: so i will do a quick build list:
BMC CX01 Frame
Easton EC90X Fork
Ksyrium ES Wheelset
Dura Ace 10 STI,Rear and front Mechs and chain
FSA SLK Carbon Chainset 46x38 TA Rings
Ritchey WCS aluminium post and stem,Deda Newton bars
SLR Saddle
Foglegs
Vittoria Cross XG Pro clinchers
thats about it ...... for now :twisted: weight is about 18lb.
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Every ride's a race!

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jay cee
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by jay cee

Ridley X-Night:
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Alan
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by Alan

Here's my new Supercross in full race mode with the DA/Reflex Rhino :shock: what a difference those bad boys have made.
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Every ride's a race!

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Boogie
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by Boogie

My VT 350.. I am very happy with it. I got the frame for a year now, but I upgrade it with Record/Chorus parts, carbon Spookys and carbon wheels.
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LarsEjaas
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Location: Aarhus, Denmark

by LarsEjaas

This is my first crossbike. Nothing lightweight or anything here - it's my first winter with cross, and it's really quite laid back - my real focus is on the road.

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Richey Crossbow frame
Ultegra 10 speed group
Richey cranks 39/48
Fulcrum racing 3 wheels
Richey WCS alu components
Selle Italia Thoork saddle
Old basic spd-pedals
Richey speedmax tyres

Weight: around 9.8 kg. - so it is by NO means lightweight, but I like it really well so far.
I may change the tyres for something with a little more grip + I would like some other pedals with a more open design - but that is small upgrades.

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cerro
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My cross I built this summer.

Ridley Crossbow with Python fork
Campagnolo Veloce 39/13-26
Empella brakes
Fulcrum Racing 7
Deda 215 Shallow bar
SLR saddle
Vittoria Cross XG tyres
Eggbeater SL
8,8kg

Will be as winterbike to when saturdays competition is over. With mudguards on and probably Nokian W106.
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singlestoph
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by singlestoph

my bikes the way i use them this year for racing

a bit lighter and with some other parts on it



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the moots bikes where 8,4kg and 8,6kg the singlespeeder 9kg

canisestinvia
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by canisestinvia

Here's my Sworks Tricross. Haven't ridden in a long time, but I was taking pics of some bike stuff to sell, so I figured I'd snap some of my baby.
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king+zipp
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ec90x + paul brakeset
cx4.jpg
masterpiece
cx3.jpg
single ring
cx2.jpg
da brakes
cx1.jpg
bike

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