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Cyclocross

Pinarello Crossista Ultegra Di2
$6,300.00
Wherever there is competition, wherever there is a battle for victory, there will always be a Pinarello. Even in the world of cyclocross, their past is full of victories. Today they return with a superb CX bike derived directly from this heritage—it’s called Crossista. In designing the Crossista Pinarello worked hard to instill the perfect combination of maximum performance and versatility. They aimed to maintain the aerodynamic elements that characterize all their bikes, keeping in mind the mix of surfaces and the increasingly fast race fields of modern cyclocross. The Crossista’s carefully chosen geometry makes the frame very precise when entering a corner as well as reactive at the exit, guaranteeing maximum performance on technical courses. The frame has been developed to have the largest possible room around the tires to prevent mud from building up. Additionally, small but important details have been added to improve its performance even in slower sections of the course. For example, the top tube has an asymmetrical section that adapts to the ergonomics of the shoulder to facilitate carrying the bike, while the thinner section of the rear Flex Stays ensures maximum traction in the roughest terrain. Built with high-end carbon, with internal cable routing and options for 1X or 2X setups, the Crossista successfully maintains the driving feeling and absolute value that is typical of Pinarello.
Pinarello Crossista+ Frameset
$5,999.00
Wherever there is competition, wherever there is a battle for victory, there will always be a Pinarello. Even in the world of cyclocross, their past is full of victories. Today they return with a superb CX bike derived directly from this heritage—it’s called Crossista. In designing the Crossista, Pinarello worked hard to instill the perfect combination of maximum performance and versatility. They aimed to maintain the aerodynamic elements that characterize all their bikes, keeping in mind the mix of surfaces and the increasingly fast race fields of modern cyclocross. The Crossista’s carefully chosen geometry makes the frame very precise when entering a corner as well as reactive at the exit, guaranteeing maximum performance on technical courses. The frame has been developed to have the largest possible room around the tires to prevent mud from building up. Additionally, small but important details have been added to improve its performance even in slower sections of the course. For example, the top tube has an asymmetrical section that adapts to the ergonomics of the shoulder to facilitate carrying the bike, while the thinner section of the rear Flex Stays ensures maximum traction in the roughest terrain. Built with high-end carbon, with internal cable routing and options for 1X or 2X setups, the Crossista successfully maintains the driving feeling and absolute value that is typical of Pinarello. The Crossista+ version is constructed of the highest end carbon—T1100 1K with Nanoalloy technology—resulting in an extremely light and high-performing frame that's made for the pro circuit.
Cannondale SuperX Apex 1
Whether it's a dedicated cyclocross race rig or a B-road brawler, the SuperX Apex 1 cleans the paths less traveled with ease. With unmatched traction, massive mud clearance, and confidently stable “stick-any-line” handling, SuperX lets you go full gas from the start! The SuperX delivers stability and traction better than anything else on the market, making it the perfect cyclocross weapon. The ultra-low weight, stiffness, and smooth ride of the BallisTec carbon frame are just icing on the cake. Sturdy CX 2.0 rims wrapped in Schwalbe X-One tubeless tires let you float through mud and sand and shoot across flats. And, with a reliable SRAM Apex 1 drivetrain, as well as powerful SRAM Apex hydraulic disc brakes, you'll crush off-camber corners and trounce tricky sections, while Cannondale's awesome components create a winning position.
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