Cyclo-Cross Bike

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Bianchi Boy
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Cyclo-Cross Bike

Postby Bianchi Boy » Wed May 27, 2009 20:01 pm

I guess I should post this here rather than in the MTB section.

What is the best Cyclo-Cross Bike for £1000?

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Postby Monty Dog » Wed May 27, 2009 20:23 pm

Steal all the bits off your other bike and get a Kuota Kross in carbon! I did think about buying a whole bike for £1k but realised I'd just then spend a pile of extra money on upgrades.
Make mine an Italian, with Campagnolo on the side..

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Re: Cyclo-Cross Bike

Postby redvee » Wed May 27, 2009 21:07 pm

Bianchi Boy wrote:
What is the best Cyclo-Cross Bike for £1000?

Mine, give me £1k and it's yours :lol:

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Postby brownbosh » Wed May 27, 2009 21:14 pm

I just bought a frame and some frogleg brakes and tyres and built one out of my old training bikes parts. Relatively cheap for a good piece of kit!

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Postby cooper.michael1 » Sat May 30, 2009 12:43 pm

Got a pPlanet X uncle john, built with 105 and mavic wheels cost a shade over £1000, really happy with it.

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Postby Wappygixer » Sat May 30, 2009 14:41 pm

I paid £800 for my Decathlon Btwin cyclocross.
Not a bad price for a 105 groupset and own brand wheels which are bomb proof
Alloy frame and carbon forks

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