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CX / Gravel Rose Pro Cross

Discussion in 'Cycling Department Forum' started by Bram Hengeveld, Oct 3, 2017.

  1. Orione532

    Orione532 Senior Member

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    Other question: I am looking for a 700x40 or 42 Slick and tubeless tyres. Any advise?
     
  2. NoobOnTour

    NoobOnTour Well-Known Member

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    no problem! i was just confused :D
    The Rack is the "fly evo" by tubus
    very light and it can carry up to 20kg
     
  3. NoobOnTour

    NoobOnTour Well-Known Member

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    no idea, sorry
     
  4. Orione532

    Orione532 Senior Member

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    Thank youuuuuuu
     
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  5. Bram Hengeveld

    Bram Hengeveld Senior Member

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    Do you really need a 42? I mean that is for 100% gravel rides I think instead of mixed surface.

    Would be a good new topic though as I am sure we all need more info on good tires :)
     
  6. Orione532

    Orione532 Senior Member

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    No I don’t it is just for info. I saw the slick mounted on the slate but there are 650b. Wtb and panaracer have not the 700. It was just out of couriusity
     
  7. arthur666

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    I'm looking at that Panaracer GravelKing AllRoad 700x38 for my next tire. I like my Paselas in that size, but I really doubt the minimal tread is doing anything at all. And I could save some rotating weight with the folding bead.
     
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  8. Orione532

    Orione532 Senior Member

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    I saw this one....
     

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  9. Bram Hengeveld

    Bram Hengeveld Senior Member

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    What a coincidence. I am looking to buy the SK version for my offroad kicks this winter. Great reviews on the panaracer.
     
  10. Orione532

    Orione532 Senior Member

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    It is the tireset of the slate 2017. Now they are using wtb
     
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  11. Bram Hengeveld

    Bram Hengeveld Senior Member

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    She looks absolutely amazing <3
     
  12. Bram Hengeveld

    Bram Hengeveld Senior Member

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    The new 2019 version of the bike looks even better than the old imo. Impressive simple design and the new logo looks spot on imo

    Rose Pro Cross Gravel Sand.jpeg
     
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  13. dazzyb2k3

    dazzyb2k3 Senior Member

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    That is just gorgeous. Pure understated beauty. I love it! :heart_eyes:
     
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  14. NoobOnTour

    NoobOnTour Well-Known Member

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    it is a beauty! But they just added two Colors and the new logo am i right?
     
  15. Orione532

    Orione532 Senior Member

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    Also a new wheelset. I suppose the geometries are the same.
    Now, after a year I am not so convinced about the 1x. Probably I'd buy the 2x11.
    Too late... ;)
     
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  16. Bram Hengeveld

    Bram Hengeveld Senior Member

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    Oh really? I love 1x on my bike.

    What gear ratio are you using?
     
  17. Orione532

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    42 x 11-32

    I feel a to deep ‘jump’ among gears
     
  18. Bram Hengeveld

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    Oh, that must be personal preference then. I am on 40 x 11-36 and it feels really good to me. Rival 1 shifts crisp and very smooth.

    Can you get away with a 11-28 cassette where you live?
     
  19. Orione532

    Orione532 Senior Member

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    well this place is flat like a pool table :(
     
  20. Bram Hengeveld

    Bram Hengeveld Senior Member

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    But changing a cassette isn't that big of a deal? I have a 11-28 for the summer months when i have road tires on the bike and 11-36 for the autumn and winter when i ride mainly offroad.
     

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