Kinesis Crosslight CX1 Alloy Cyclocross Frame 2018
As far as I'm aware this Kinesis deal is sold out.
The Kinesis CX1 has been designed to offer versatility and answer the questions you've been thinking about.
- 2018 Kinesis Alloy Cyclocross (CX) Frame
- Fits 700c Disc Brake Wheels
- Was available in 45cm in Blue, Red & Silver.
- Designed for Cyclocross riding.
2018 Kinesis Crosslight CX1 Alloy Cyclocross Frame
should I go disc or cantilever? Do I need a race bike or something I can smash around the woods on and then do my daily commute as well? With the CX1 you can do all of them, whether you're starting out at cross or just want a winter machine to ride on all terrains with your mates it'll do it all.
You could build it up with cantilever brakes to start with and then switch to disc later down the line.
Specification Material: Lightweight 6061 double butted tubing.
Brake Mounts: Cantilever or Flat Mount Disc.
Seat Post: 27.2mm.
Seat Clamp: 31.8mm.
Front Mech Clamp: 31.8mm.
Bottom Bracket: 68mm BSA Threaded.
Mounts: Rack, mudguard eyelets and twin bottle mounts.
Includes: Frame. Barrel Adjusters. BB Cable Guide. No Fork Included - Available as an extra.
Where to buy the Kinesis Crosslight CX1 Alloy Cyclocross Frame 2018?
As far as I'm aware, this Kinesis Crosslight CX1 Alloy CX Frame deal has expired.
You can see if it is back on sale
or if I have any other suitable Frames.
This Kinesis deal was originally found at Merlin Cycles, costing £280.00 (down from £430.00) and was last updated on 8th April 2021.
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