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    My new all-rounder bike, a 2015 Specialized CruX Elite EVO. The only difference between it and the regular Elite are the road 50/34 chain rings, tires, and paint scheme. I have it set up for road with some 32 Conti Gatorskins and my old saddle, plus a longer stem.

    Photos are during my sizing phase so the saddle looks a bit wonky.






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    I have been looking for a set-back seat post. What type of seat post do you have on your bike?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tig View Post
    My new all-rounder bike, a 2015 Specialized CruX Elite EVO. The only difference between it and the regular Elite are the road 50/34 chain rings, tires, and paint scheme. I have it set up for road with some 32 Conti Gatorskins and my old saddle, plus a longer stem.

    Photos are during my sizing phase so the saddle looks a bit wonky.





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    Great spring day for a gravel ride.
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    Quote Originally Posted by acg View Post
    I have been looking for a set-back seat post. What type of seat post do you have on your bike?
    That is a $200.00 CG-R Specialized Post.
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    here is mine... I do not use it for cross... it is my foul weather road bike.


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    Quote Originally Posted by robt57 View Post
    That is a $200.00 CG-R Specialized Post.
    Thanks for the info!
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    Quote Originally Posted by acg View Post
    I have been looking for a set-back seat post. What type of seat post do you have on your bike?
    Sorry, I didn't see your question until now. Robt57 is right, but I didn't know they ran that much!
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    You might try searching ebay for the occasional one that the owner no longer uses. I plan on keeping this one for a while even though it is a bit on the heavy side.

    The maiden ride was 60 miles last Saturday on some rough sections and the bike felt very smooth. Most of that comes from the big 32 tires, I'm sure.

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    Tig and Robt,

    Thanks for the info. I have a long torso and handles with a relatively short inseam. I am already using a 130mm stem. Still have a slightly kinked back. This seatpost may work to stretch my back out a little more.

    Nice bikes by the way!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tig View Post
    Sorry, I didn't see your question until now. Robt57 is right, but I didn't know they ran that much!
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    You might try searching ebay for the occasional one that the owner no longer uses. I plan on keeping this one for a while even though it is a bit on the heavy side.

    The maiden ride was 60 miles last Saturday on some rough sections and the bike felt very smooth. Most of that comes from the big 32 tires, I'm sure.
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    Specialized Crux

    My first post and my 2012 Crux Elite.


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    Old school parts but looks and feels great I've built it so many ways including single-speed, and this is finally a build i can be proud of
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    Here's my contribution .




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    New Van Dessel with Ultegra Di2

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    New CX rigs for my wife and I scored through end of season sales. First time for road discs for both of us. I haven't raced in several years and my wife has yet too. These are mostly for trail riding in SoCal. Ironically, my wife loves the aluminum frame, but it also fits here well too (she's 5'-0").

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    --Ritchey Cockpit and Seatpost
    --BHS hubs laced to Pacenti SL25 rims w/Sapim CX-Rays (20x, 24x)

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    Sweet Rides! Look real good.

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    Asylum Meuse with new TRP Fork

    My Asylum Meuse with the new TRP fork... Ultegra, HyRds, and 2 wheelsets. This is with Ritchey WCS (DT Swiss) hubs laced to Velocity Aileron rims. I just mounted the new Challenge Gravel Grinders. They measure just what the label says: 38mm, and fit with room to spare. The "road" wheelset has DT Swiss hubs laced to Pacenti SL25 rims with Sapim Laser spokes and has Schwalbe The One tubeless tires in 28mm... They ride like buttah'

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    Just added this for the upcoming season. Trek Crockett.

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    My 2013 Ridley X-Fire

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    My Redline Conquest Team Carbon, built up from the frame with spare parts I had laying around. It's currently shown in gravel grinder form, with a compact crank and sturdier wheels, but I also have a lighter set of wheels with slicks for road riding. My tubeless CX wheelset and 46/36 gearing will go on when CX season comes. This is a nearly perfect do-it-all bike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soundtallica View Post
    My Redline Conquest Team Carbon, built up from the frame with spare parts I had laying around. It's currently shown in gravel grinder form, with a compact crank and sturdier wheels, but I also have a lighter set of wheels with slicks for road riding. My tubeless CX wheelset and 46/36 gearing will go on when CX season comes. This is a nearly perfect do-it-all bike!

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    Wow, very nice!

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    Well This is What I'm Rockin
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    2014 tcx slr 1



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    Colnago Prestige CX
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    Quote Originally Posted by MGear4817 View Post
    Decided to sell my old TCX and replace it with this. Then I got a second set of rims (carbon) to mount some Clemente X'Plor USH 120tpi tires on for hard pack and pavement rides and lower weight. Stock is 20.7lbs, with the carbon rims, 19lbs. Not as light as I would have liked but that's got to be the weight penalty of disc brakes which, compared to my canti's on the old TCX, are well worth it.
    The second pic (sorry for the quality) is with the carbon rims mounted.
    I have the same TCX and am tossing around the idea of getting new a new wheelset. what hubs and rims did you use?

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