Steel is real.
I'd go with the CC. So many options!LuMach said:That's gotta be Lake Erie, it's got that certain blue-green colour that Erie always seems to have?
I'm really thinking hard about a CC or Pacer for nice long summertime rides like that. Cool pics.
Don't mind at all. I paid $525 CDN for the frame and fork after much debate on sizing. I was glad I went with the smaller-than-I-normally-go frame. It fits very well.LuMach said:If you don't mind me asking Ska, what's the typical pricing on a CC frame in Canada? There aren't any Surly dealers near me, so I'll probably just order a frame from Jenson or something unless Canadian Surly dealer prices are worth the trip to Toronto.
btw, I never see Surly's on Kijiji or Craigslist, people must be pretty reluctant to let their Surlys go!
There's another great idea.emtnate said:You might be able to find other brands of bikes with a very similar geometry. Before I ordered my cross check, I was worried about the fit based off the numbers Surly posts. Turns out a Cannondale CX bike my shop already had built was a little shorter in the TT and about the same standover. It was not exact, but close enough I took the bike for a spin.