The Cheap Cyclocross Bike: Spent $750, Started Racing

Here is the breakdown of my first cyclocross bike that I put together to get into racing. As a broke university student it is difficult to be able to buy a new bike for different types of racing.

This solution was good on my wallet vs. buying a new cyclocross bike and offered itself as a very good commuter through the week. It is hard to beat a bike that can its use.


NNYER38 says:

Nice Bike! I like the geometry of the frame and the carbon forks really set it off.

kmp10150 says:

I’d look used for a while before doing the conversion. $500 and I got a used entry level cross bike with a carbon fork, and I didn’t have to hunt down cheap parts. I know thats fun for some people, but it would be hard to beat my price. It took me a few months to find something cheap in my size, but I think it was worth it.

kijang777 says:

I just found out this bike is available in Malaysia! Seem like I can just pick up without second taught and convert it as cyclocross bike! Most important it is under my budget!

EmilioJingle says:

Nice very helpful :)

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