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The New Urban CX Color Way!

December 11, 2017

This new Urban CX still features all the specs that make this series remarkable. The difference being the super cool radiant blue paint job, complimented with polished silver and digital design.
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This bike comes stock with riser bars, lock on grips & Shimano trigger shifters. Some other key specific features are:
  • Narrow wide Chain Ring
  • Rogue Bullet Wheel set
  • Horizontal Drop Outs w/ spring tensioner
  • Avid BB5 Disc brakes
  • Shimano Alivio Derailleur 

All in all, this bike is a great solution for the need of full on utility. It's strong, durable, and made to handle all conditions of weather & riding conditions. The 1x9 drivetrain gives the rider an intuitive experience to reach any speed with great efficiency. So if you, as a rider, find yourself wanting a dependable bike that capitalizes on reliability - look no more. We got you covered.

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