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Urban Cross Frame Sets

September 01, 2017

Urban CX Frame Sets
Want a bike filled with your own personality? Versatility? Your own Blood and sweat?
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Regardless, we got you covered. Now available is the Urban CX  frame set for individual purchase! In two color ways:
Black with a silver digitized fade

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Navy and white 

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Frame sets are double butted 4130 chromoly steel, and equipped with all utility mounts. The drop outs are also horizontal giving you the option to gear it out or ride single speed. As far as the rest goes... completely up to you! Build your most personal bike and ride out in style. Whether that be in the busy streets, or the untamed wilderness. 

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