Schwalbe CX Pro Tire

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Schwalbe's CX Pro is a great all-around tire for smaller-wheeled cyclocross bikes and converted mountain bikes. Its center section tread rolls...

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Looking at a used and upgraded Trek Cronus CX Pro 2012 from Trek dealer - good deal?

Hi all, Just after some advice on a bike I saw today, and am very tempted to buy in replacement of my current cx bike. It is a 2012 bike, sold in 2013, and now a part exchange to my local trek dealer, spec as follows: Trek Cronus CX Pro 2012 ([url= ... Read More »

** PAID SPAM ** - Schwalbe CX Pro 26x1.35 tires

Yep, paid my $2 in the classified section. Four Schwalbe 26x1.35 cyclocross tires for 26-in. mtn bike rims. Fast, low profile, loves mud and dry conditions ! [url=]Schwalbe CX Pro 26x1.35 Cyc ... Read More »

Ute Valley Pro XCT course. XC or CX?

I'm planning on attending the race this weekend at Ute Valley in the Springs, but will not have a chance to pre-ride the course. Can anyone here chime in and give me (and others) a good description of the course. I hope it's not another dirt rode/double track race (ala Battle the Bear). I wil ... Read More »

Better cornering, less pavement CX tire choices than Speedmax Pro 32

Looking for tires to take the place of my excellent Speedmax Pro 700x32. The Ritcheys have somewhat of a on/off feel during lean-in. At least to me. I'm looking for something with a more seamless transition in the corners. The Ritcheys were great when I did more road riding; to the trails in a st ... Read More »

Schwalbe CX Pro 26 x 1.35

I'm thinking about getting back into CX after a long lay over (20 years!) and see what I can do in the 55+class. Before investing in a new/used cross bike for this experiment I was was looking at converting one of my older rigid mountain bikes, maybe an old GT or japan made stumpy, with drop bars an ... Read More »

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