Kross dirt jumper gets big air at -15C

By BikeRadar UK | Friday, December 10, 2010 12.55pm

We haven't heard of Polish bike company Kross before, but these pictures have piqued our interest. They show team rider Adam Glosowic taking a new prototype dirt/street bike for a spin. And it's not just the snow-covered landings he had to contend with – the temperature was -15C.

"I checked the jumps and they were frozen and hard, so the speed was quite okay, and there was a chance for a nice session," said Glosowic. "Cold? Nah, I was so excited to test the product I helped to design that I didn't notice anything. It was great and the new frame is the bomb!"

Kross sell a full range of hardtail mountain bikes, plus plenty of urban and kids' models. It looks like the new frame is their first foray into the dirt/street riding market, so it'll be interesting to see how it turns out. We suspect we'll be hearing more from Kross soon. For details, visit www.kross.pl.

Adam glosowic takes kross's new prototype dirt/street bike for a play in the snow : adam glosowic takes kross's new prototype dirt/street bike for a play in the snow

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