Specialized Tricross Elite Disc Compact - 2013

Specialized Tricross Elite Disc Compact
$899.99
$1,400.00
Size:
56cm
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When you need a bike that does literally everything, swing a leg over Specialized's Tricross Elite Disc Compact. Its lightweight, responsive A1 Premium aluminum frame and aluminum fork boast dialed geometry that feels great whether you're racing cyclocross or touring across the country. Shimano handles the shifting with their wide-range Tiagra group, while Axis's reliable wheels keep you pedaling straight and true, mile after mile. For all-terrain control, you get Specialized's grippy, flat-resistant tires plus Avid disc brakes that stop on a dime no matter how nasty the weather is. What's more, the Tricross comes equipped with a spread of Specialized's superb components as well as rack and fender eyelets so you can ride everywhere and do everything by bike!

Specs

Frame Specialized A1 Premium aluminum
Fork Specialized aluminum
Rims/Wheels Axis 2.0
Hubs See Rims/Wheels
Spokes See Rims/Wheels
Tires Specialized Borough CX, 700 x 32c w/Armadillo Elite puncture protection
Crankset Shimano Tiagra
Chainrings 50/34
Front Derailleur Shimano Tiagra
Rear Derailleur Shimano Tiagra
Rear Cogs Shimano Tiagra, 10-speed: 12-30
Shifters Shimano Tiagra
Handlebars Specialized Comp
Tape/Grips Specialized Tricross
Stem Specialized Elite-Set, aluminum
Brake Levers Shimano Tiagra w/Tricross bar-top levers
Brakes Avid BB5 mechanical-disc, 6/5-inch rotors
Saddle Specialized Body Geometry Riva Plus
Seatpost Specialized Sport

Part Numbers

Option UPC MPN Store SKU
56cm 719676160696 90E1-5156 TRI437214726

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4.0

(based on 1 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Durable 
  • Versatile 

Cons

  • Heavy 

Best Uses

  • Commuting/city 
  • Extreme sports 

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A versatile alternative to a road bike

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from Boulder county, CO

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Pros

  • Versatile
  • Durable

Cons

  • Heavy

Best Uses

  • Extreme Sports
  • Commuting/City

Comments:

I've had the Apex-equipped 2012 Tricross disc for just short of two years now. I bought it as a "winter" bike and it's perfect for that. There's plenty of clearance for aggressive tires, even studs, and no issues with braking when the water/slush is splashing on everything. The stock tires are too smooth for these duties, but they are great for late-season road commuting when there's lots shoulder debris. The relatively upright position is good in traffic. A race-oriented 'cross bike would have quicker steering, but be harder to control on snow and ice. I've also used this bike on my share of local gravel, including upper Magnolia and Sugarloaf. With an aluminum frame, disc brakes, and fairly heavy wheels, this is not a light bike but you can do stuff on it that you'd never attempt on your summer thoroughbred racer.

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