Kross dirt jumper gets big air at -15C
By BikeRadar UK | Friday, December 10, 2010 12.55pm
Adam Glosowic takes Kross's new prototype dirt/street bike for a play in the snow Kross
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.
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