The Jake has an aluminum frame and fork with a tapered headtube. Equipped with Tektro disc brakes and a 20-speed Shimano Tiagra drivetrain, as well as fittings for racks and fenders, it’s a great all around bike for cross racing, year round commuting, light touring, or just long, luxurious road rides.
Cyclocross bikes and road bikes often fit differently, so one shouldn’t assume that their cyclocross and road bike will be the same size.
That said, the 47cm is generally a good fit for riders around 5’5″, and the 53cm is good for folks around 5’9″.
This disc-equipped aluminum/carbon frameset with Ultegra/105 build is race-ready straight put of the box, but you don’t have to be a racer to appreciate all this bike has to offer. More versatile and durable than a road bike, lighter and faster than a hybrid or mountain bike, cyclocross bikes are the multi-tool of the bicycle world: Cyclocross racer? Of course. Commuter? Sure. Skinny tired group rider? Yup. Forest road explorer? Oh yeah. Light tourer? Go for it.
The all new Process is Kona’s 650b enduro bike. It has 134mm of rear travel and 140mm travel upfront with the Rock Shox Revelation. Equipped with a 2×10 drivetrain Shimano drivetrain and Shimano SLX brakes.
Turner’s trail bikes are US-made alloy frames built around the supple yet efficient DW-link.
The Flux is their aggressive cross country bike, ideal for our local conditions, and it features 27.5″ wheels floating on 120mm of front and rear wheel travel.
This size small is available for demo rides and is a good fit for riders around 5’5″.
The new Surly Straggler is an updated version of the venerable Cross Check. In addition to all the features that have earned the Cross Check it’s legendary reputation (stout tubing, stable geometry, loads of braze-ons, adaptable dropouts, etc.), the Straggler comes equipped with Shimano STI shifters and mechanical disc brakes.
And, it sparkles!
I first rode one back in July and it was a blast! Read more about it here: http://backalleybikes.wordpress.com/2013/07/29/surly-straggler/
Kid’s cross country bike good for ages 8-12. 24″ wheels, suspension fork, and 21 speeds.
Steel frame, slick tires, and an upright riding position make this a perfect bike for commuting or just cruising around town. 22″ frame will fit riders around 6′.