If you're like All-City, your cross bike functions as an everyday mount that you use for ripping trails, bombing alleys, commuting, riding in the wet and generally getting rad. So you've probably come across some situations where you've wanted more stopping power. Consider disc brakes. The Macho Disc was the logical next step for the Macho Man platform. It adds the all-weather stopping power and mud clearance of discs to our proven 612 Select cross frame and fork. The result is a favorite with the cross crowd, trail riders, gravel racers and commuters. Like all of All-City's steel bikes it sports classic hand-built frame details such as: a custom head badge, bi-plane lugged fork crown, internal top tube cable routing, signature brazed-on seat collar, signature vertical dropouts, custom bottom bracket, bottle boss reinforcements and an E.D. coating. It clears a 38c tire with plenty of room for mud and has fender mounts for rain days. Color: Red/White Fade
he Nature Boy is All-City's singlespeed cross monster. It’s as popular on the race course as it is on the city streets. It carries on the tradition of classic steel cross bikes, with the addition of our standard AC hallmarks: beautiful lugged fork crown, internal cable routing, Hennepin Bridge dropouts, signature brazed-on seat collar, custom BB shell and our signature head badge. Everything is E.D. coated for longevity and rust prevention. Since cross bikes are perfect for everyday living, you’ll find hidden fender mounts and two sets of bottle bosses (reinforced of course). There’s clearance for 38c tires with plenty of room for mud. The steel fork is easily swapped for a carbon model, should you want to lighten up for race season. Color: White Race the heck out of it, ride singletrack, crush gravel or commute to your heart’s content.
Surly's Cross Check is everybody's favorite jack-of-all-trades. Ride it, race it, commute, camp, or get stoked on 'cross; this bike has seen it all. Crafted of TIG-welded chromoly tubing with a lugged chromoly fork and all the braze-ons to run racks, fenders and bags, this offers comfort, vibration damping, and utility. Bar-end shifters and a wide-range, 20-speed Shimano drivetrain give the bike versatility and mechanical durability. The no-nonsense wheels, built from Alex rims laced to Shimano hubs, tackle the urban jungle or the 'cross course with ease. Powerful Tektro brakes and a pair of grippy, all-terrain Surly Knard tires round out the bike, keeping the rubber side down and letting you keep the fun under control.
Katie Compton knows about winning World Cups, so Trek tapped that knowledge to design the Crockett 7. It's got a ton of 'cross-racing features like a light aluminum frame, aggressive geometry, a chain keeper, huge tire clearance, internal cable routing and a flattened top tube for easy carrying. The carbon fork uses custom sweep that adds comfort and compliance to the ride while still being stiff enough to dissect the tight turns you see in 'cross. When playing in the mud, your gear better come correct, so you've got SRAM Rival shifting and FSA cranks with true 'cross gearing, tubeless-ready wheels and Avid canti brakes. A carbon post and a Ti-railed saddle show off its race-ready credentials.
If you're searching for one bike to do it all, look no further than than Trek's CrossRip. This machine loves long rides on the road, cruising along dirt roads, commutes in the city and even down-n-dirty cross racing. Its light aluminum frame teams up with s carbon fork, making it lively, fast and ridiculously fun to ride. Shimano gives you an 24-speed drivetrain with triple cranks up front that are perfect for the steepest hills. And since you have fender and rack mounts as well, you'll have some gear-hauling capacity. The do-it-all theme continues. The disc brakes give you all-conditions stopping, so go ahead, commute all winter long and race in the sloppiest cross courses, you've covered. The tires are Bontrager Hard-Cases, so flats are pretty much a thing of the past, too.
Trek's CrossRip Elite is the one bike that truly does it all. This machine loves long rides on the road, cruising along dirt paths, commutes in the city and even down-n-dirty cross racing. Its light aluminum frame sports s carbon fork, making it lively, fast and ridiculously fun to ride. Shimano gives you a 27-speed drivetrain with triple cranks up front that are perfect for the steepest hills. And since you have fender and rack mounts as well, you'll have some gear-hauling capacity. The do-it-all nature continues. The Hayes disc brakes give you all-conditions stopping, so go ahead, commute all winter long and race in the sloppiest cross courses, you've covered. The tires are Bontrager Hard-Cases, so flats are pretty much a thing of the past, too.
Trek designer Gary Fisher has the know-how to make a great-riding bike, and he puts his knowledge to work on Trek's Ion CX Pro. It all starts with a light, yet stiff aluminum frame with a carbon fork leading the way that steers, corners and tracks with pinpoint precision and top-notch responsiveness. This is a versatile bike, too, ready to play in the mud at the cross races, commute everyday and do the mid-week hammerfest. It sports wide, 34c tires and has cleverly hidden fender mounts, making it truly utilitarian. Plus, you get a solid parts package with a SRAM Rival group, mud-clearing Avid cantilever brakes and Bontrager's Race tubeless-ready wheels and controls.
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