Redline 2000 Conquest Pro Older Cyclocross Bike

DESCRIPTION

cyclocross, Cross Mix components, Redline Cross fork

USER REVIEWS

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[Jan 22, 2015]
Henry Mong

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Awesome team I got mine complete on Craigslist. It had upgraded wheel set and brakes. The way the gears were set up it was of a road bike but I raced a season of cx on it and didn't have any problems but I'm not the most experienced. Now I'm using it as a commuter/for trails and I love it

Weakness:

with the upgrades that were on it not to many complaints. I have new head set wheels and BB. I wish it was paint instead of stickers

good solid cheap bike for some cx, commuting or mud riding

[Nov 17, 2000]
Anonymous
Road Racer

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
Strength:

calm handling, low weight, great look

Weakness:

brakes are the worst I have ever used. The rims have horrible seems.

Be warned that these bikes are built VERY large. I ride a 64 and the 60 is too big. A 58 would work for me. The brakes gotta go. They do NOT work. The rims are poorly crafted but seem strong. The tires are huge and overkill but fun to ride. Smaller tires needed to race on.
I do really like this bike dispite a few bits

Similar Products Used:

None

[Apr 18, 2001]
Anonymous
Road Racer

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

frame is stiff and is light enough for cross. alloy steerer fork is light and stable. the bike is very solid and a good value.

Weakness:

the brakes are bad, but good enough for cross racing. the stock wheels are cheap and heavy.

a solid frame, a good base to build up a cross racer, great for road racing too. an excellant value.

Similar Products Used:

old ciocc road bike or a mtn. bike (this is my first cross bike)

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