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    Quote Originally Posted by jmoote
    Yes, 34. I only have one though (long story, but I was supposed to end up with a pair). I'll have it matched with a SSC tread on the back.

    I think that will be a good combo anyhow. Last year I ran that setup a couple times... and have actually used an SSC on the back with a Rhino on the front quite a lot. Just like on a MTB.... it's nice to have a faster rolling tire in the rear and a bit more bite up front.

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    I ordered this titanium custom crosser from Jim Kish at the end of 2009 and have it set up for the road currently. It's outfitted with Campy Athena 11 and I just changed the brakes to FSA SLK cantis (were Paul's touring).

    I alternate between this and a Serotta cross. It has eyelets for racks so it can be used as a light touring bike too.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Corndog
    I think that will be a good combo anyhow. Last year I ran that setup a couple times... and have actually used an SSC on the back with a Rhino on the front quite a lot. Just like on a MTB.... it's nice to have a faster rolling tire in the rear and a bit more bite up front.
    That's certainly the idea, yes. I had planned to have a full pair of each (I also have a pair of rhinos and file treads) and would be able to mix and match anywhere from file tread to rhino and in between as needed, but I ended up passing along one of each to someone so we could both run this pairing rather than having to decide who gets what pair.

    I guess I will have 9 possible front/rear combos this year instead of 6. Not that all 9 will get used... I don't anticipate running Rhino rear / file tread front much Probably lots of Gripo front / SSC rear and Rhino/Rhino, with SSC Sprint f/r on dry flat courses and Gripo front / SSC Sprint rear when it's dry but more grip is needed.

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    Awesome bike Veloduffer.

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    I guess I will post mine, it is nothing special just a Norco CCX, but I'm just a newb to cross. The wheels and tubulars came from jmoote's stockpile, can't wait to try them out this season.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rwatt
    I guess I will post mine, it is nothing special just a Norco CCX, but I'm just a newb to cross. The wheels and tubulars came from jmoote's stockpile, can't wait to try them out this season.
    You can win on that bike.

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    Scott Addict CX RC 2010

    Posted this in the 2009 thread. Should have been here. Just put this bike together and have ridden it a few times. So far so good. Although there are some pretty standard stuff such as bar/stem it weighs 6,78 as pictured which I'm really happy with. Spec is mostly Campy Chorus, TRP EuroX carbon brakes, custom wheels on Bontrager XXX lite rims etc.
    Your Cross Rigs: Post em up!-addictcx.jpg

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    Only pic I have...Gonna pick up or build a new set of wheels for race season, but other than that, will race it the way it is...minus the 52t ring of course.


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    Just picked this up over the weekend. Couldnt be happier with how it turned out.
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    And if you get bored while riding, you can play guitar on the top tube...

    Very nice!
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    Sweet Seven, but please do something with those spacers and -17* stem

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    OMG, im lovin that Seven......how long is the steerer tube, just curious how tall you are ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by veloduffer
    I ordered this titanium custom crosser from Jim Kish at the end of 2009 and have it set up for the road currently. It's outfitted with Campy Athena 11 and I just changed the brakes to FSA SLK cantis (were Paul's touring).

    I alternate between this and a Serotta cross. It has eyelets for racks so it can be used as a light touring bike too.


    That is gorgeous, too pretty too 'cross?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadBoyNY
    That is gorgeous, too pretty too 'cross?
    Agreed, and as great as that frame is, its the fork that's doing it for me.

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    Not a single comment on the Rhygin Metax yet!!! That is a seriouly cool ride imo. Of course a Kish and Seven like the two above are spotlight stealers.

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    I guess I will post up my odd ball. Its a '10 GT GTR Type CXi. I am in the process of reducing the in your face red massacre to more of a tasteful red accent. Just changing the tires and replacing the MTB seat it came with helped a lot. Eventually I will have to post up its new look.

    Some of the features of it are a Kinesis frame, Easton EA50 cockpit, Easton EC70 fork, and SRAM rival drivetrain.

    Your Cross Rigs: Post em up!-gt-gtr.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corndog
    Sweet Seven, but please do something with those spacers and -17* stem
    Yeah the stem was flipped the wrong way.

    gormleyflyer2002
    The headtube is about 9" or so I think. I am 6'2"-6'3". I cant wait to put some tubies on it and get out on a course. It rides really nice, quite a bit different from my orbea.

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    Crux

    Still building, but wanted to get a first shot up. This bike is AWESOME!
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    Quote Originally Posted by avalnch33
    Still building, but wanted to get a first shot up. This bike is AWESOME!

    That Crux frameset looks worlds better than the Tricross in my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OnTheRivet
    That Crux frameset looks worlds better than the Tricross in my opinion.
    yeah, the tricross always looked a little ghey IMO. The crux looks nice.

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    Gonna be some purdy bikes out on the course this year. Well done guys and gals.

    Here are our team bikes for this year.

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    The Norco I posted earlier has been replaced. This one has a lot more awesome.


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    Which one?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kram
    Which one?
    Mine? Apologies if the picture did not show up.
    It's a Stevens Super Prestige built up with Dura-Ace and Ritchey WCS components. Picked it up used for a deal I couldn't refuse.

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