|Singlespeed CX frame||Mark P|
Feb 4, 2002 1:13 AM
Following the demise of my last frame I'm in the market for a singlespeed CX frame. spot is the first that springs to mind, but I have been looking at a Soulcraft as well. any other surgestions? I intend to gear it 36:18 / 15 freewheel, as it will be a commuter bike (PS I like to spin hence the low-ish gear)
|try surly||dirt diggler|
Feb 4, 2002 3:39 AM
|look into a surly frame or a brew frame.
|re: Singlespeed CX frame||soulFire|
Feb 4, 2002 12:36 PM
|I would also look into Steelman. His Eurocross frame and fork is race-oriented, while his Cyclocross is a more all-around ride. He does a SS version of his Manzanita frame, so maybe he'd build you a SS CX as an option. I've heard nothing but great things about Brent and his products. I have one of his forks on my Bonty CX (running as SS) and it tracks great and holds its line in the rough.
|re: Singlespeed CX frame||flyweight|
Feb 4, 2002 2:47 PM
|You can still find Gunnar single speed cyclocross frames. They're made by Waterford and ride great. They still offer the Streetdog but now it's fitted to take conventional side pull road brakes.|
|re: Singlespeed CX frame||ofs1|
Feb 5, 2002 8:35 AM
|i have a spot cross frame/fork i'm selling.
let me know if you're interested and i'll provide you the details.
Feb 5, 2002 10:45 AM
|I might be interested. What size is it? |
Send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org with all the details.
|re: Singlespeed CX frame||Jake the Snake|
Feb 5, 2002 9:32 AM
|A friend of mine set up a Surly Steamroller (single speed frame) for commuting, but went hardcore and is using a fixed gear. It is not a CX frame (no canti brake bosses), but has plenty of tire clearance. Sweet ride, and quite reasonabley priced. Oh yeah, it has rack mounts also.|| |