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Surly Cross Check Frameset
Cross-Check is a tough-as-nails, super-versatile road bike that performs astonishingly well on any surface. There is no such thing as one bike that can do it all, but Cross-Check comes pretty damn close. It's a dyed-in-the-wool commuter and utility rig. It was a gravel crusher long before "gravel bikes" existed. Some people have even raced cyclocross on it. Though, we don't necessarily condone that behavior. Cross-Check was the first complete bike we ever offered. Since then, people have modified them hundreds of different ways to suit their riding styles and preferences. There’s a reason that nearly every person who has ever worked for Surly has owned one. - Semi-horizontal dropouts for singlespeed compatibility and wheelbase adjustability - Gnot-Rite dropout spacing allows installation of 130 or 135mm hubs - Accommodations for front and rear racks and fenders - Clearance for 700 x 42mm tires with or without fenders
Brodie Romax Comp
Would you rather gravel, road or cyclocross?with this bike "the limit does not exist" - Brodie Romax Comp ?? Brodie is a local Metro Vancouver company started in the 80s and still producing bikes to this day. ??The Romax Comp is their answer to producing a lightweight, comfortable and do-it-all bike; long gravel adventures, all day road rides or even a race. ?The frame has that modern look, and is made of aluminum coupled with a carbon fiber fork. This makes the Romax Comp extremely quick and quite effortless to ride. Couple this with its mid-width tires and durable gravel components and you get a really great mix of speed and control on rougher rides. + Has Fender and rack eyelets to attach gear. What kind of terrain do you prefer? ??Remember, you can always change the tires to better match your type of riding
Brodie Romax Race
It's the performance race model in Brodie's adventure bike lineup. It has lots of gravel/adventure bike characteristics (versatility, endurance, mounts for bikepacking gear), but the first thing to know about this bike is that it is fast. The geometry, which is more aggressive and its frame is an aluminum /carbon fork combo. Those two materials mean the bike is super lightweight and responsive, more power-efficient and lively to ride than with steel. The Romax Race has 1x11 GRX gravel groupset with a clutch derailleur for when the trail gets rowdy.
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