For cross bike - Green dirt bike rims - Bike travel.
For Cross Bike
- A mark, object, or figure formed by two short intersecting lines or pieces (+ or ?)
- a wooden structure consisting of an upright post with a transverse piece
- A mark of this type (?) made to represent a signature by a person who cannot write
- cross(a): extending or lying across; in a crosswise direction; at right angles to the long axis; "cross members should be all steel"; "from the transverse hall the stairway ascends gracefully"; "transversal vibrations"; "transverse colon"
- traverse: travel across or pass over; "The caravan covered almost 100 miles each day"
- A mark of this type (?) used to show that something is incorrect or unsatisfactory
- A bicycle or motorcycle
- bicycle: ride a bicycle
- bicycle: a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals
- motorcycle: a motor vehicle with two wheels and a strong frame
for cross bike - Swagman XC-4
Swagman XC-4 Cross-Country 4-Bike Hitch Mount Rack (2-Inch Receiver Hitch)
The Cross country XC 2-bike rail rack can easily accommodate children and adult bikes, downhill bikes, cruiser bikes, full suspension bikes, BMX bikes, Y frame designs and much more, without the hassle of removing wheels. The XC slides into a 2-Inch receiver and carries up to 2 bikes, with an option to carry up to 4 bikes with another module (4 bikes on Class III hitch only). The XC easily adjusts to different bike frame sizes with the simple movement of the wheel hoops. Frame grip arms have a soft-frame friendly coating to protect your bike's finish. When not in use, the rack folds up for easy storage (on or off vehicle), shipping, etc. The XC carries the widest variety of bike frames in its class.
Transport up to four bikes at once whether driving across country or to the campsite with the Swagman XC-4 cross-country bike rack. Designed to fit a two-inch receiver hitch, the bike rack makes it easy to load and unload your bikes from ground level. The rack includes a set of fast-adjustable, quick-release tire hoops and a ratcheting top arm, helping it fit a wide range of bike frames. In addition, the rack's center arm folds down when not in use, making it easy to access the rear of the vehicle without removing the rack. And to ensure that your rack doesn't rust over time, the XC-4 is powder coated. Built to provide more ground clearance than other racks, the cross-country rack comes with new and improved wheel straps for bicycle security.
RIP Surly Cross Check
Update: I don't know for sure, but the overwhelming odds are this bike is damaged well beyond repair after my accident. I am waiting for the investigating detective to send me pictures to confirm, or refute this, but I's not the least but optimistic about it. Bicycles usually do not fair to well versus SUVs towing boats when they collide. This was my commuter bike. It has been through a lot in several incarnations. Wrecked by a car twice (once while it was mine, once before I got it), salvaged and rebuilt by me twice. It just keeps going. Sadly, the only remaining original part for me is the crank. I got the front derailer because the OEM one was the odd one that Trek had made for them which used continious housing from the last cable stop, into the derailer, then the cable was bolted to the frame. It's the same front derailer that I installed when I first rebuilt it, so it's original to "me". Frame and Fork: Surly Cross Check Headset: FSA Big Pig packed with loose balls Stem: Ritchey Pro 10 deg x 120mm Bars: Salsa Pro Moto Grips: Ritchey True Grips New Front Hub: Schmidt SON28 36 hole Rear Hub: Shimano LX 36 hole Spokes: DT Double Butted 14/15/14 Nipples: DT Alloy 14 Rims: Sun Rhyno Lite 36 hole Tyres: Schwalbe Big Apple 700x50mm /New Shifter/Brake Levers: Shimano Bar End Shifters on Paul Thumbies Brakes: Avid Ultimate Single Digit Brake Levers: Shimano Deore XT 2 Finger Front Derailuer: Shimano Deore DX Rear Derailuer: Shimano Deore XT Chain: SRAM PC-89R Bottom Bracket: Shimano UN-54 68mmx118mm Cranks: Shimano Deore DX 48-36 Cassette: Shimano Deore 12-34t Seatpost: Thomson 27.2mmx410mm Saddle: Brooks Swift with Chrome Steel Rails Rack: Blackburn EX-1 (from 1992, like many other things on this bike)
The cross bike
My cross bike set up the way I plan to race it for the Prestige series. The main difference from before is the sweet set of Zipp 303 tubulars with Challenge Grifos glued on. The bike weighs 17.6 lbs in a size 60. Also, I switched to Shimano XTR pedals because I wasn't totally happy with eggbeaters.
for cross bike
The VelociRaptors are legendary mountain bike tires. They are quite possibly the most popular tires in the history of WTB. The front is renowned for its steering control, while the rear grabs the trail with predictable tenacity.
Classic front and rear tire set
Steel bead with durable 70a rubber and standard 27 tpi casing
ISO Diameter559 / 26" mtn