MACHO MAN DISC If you're like us, your cross bike functions as an everyday mount that you use for ripping trails, bombing alleys, commuting, riding in the wet and generally getting rad. So you've probably come across some situations where you've wanted more stopping power. Consider disc brakes. The Macho Disc was the logical next step for our Macho Man platform. It adds the all-weather stopping power and mud clearance of discs to our proven 612 Select cross frame and fork. The result is a favorite with the cross crowd, trail riders, gravel racers and commuters. Like all of our steel bikes it sports classic hand-built frame details such as: a custom head badge, bi-plane lugged fork crown, internal top tube cable routing, signature brazed-on seat collar, signature vertical dropouts, custom bottom bracket, bottle boss reinforcements and an E.D. coating. It clears a 38c tire with plenty of room for mud and has fender mounts for rain days.
MXP Tubeless Clincher The Clement MXP is our newest cyclocross tire featuring an intermediate tread pattern to create an excellent all-conditions tire. The MXP is named after the airport code for Milan, Italy, a World Cup venue that calls for an all-conditions tire. The name is also a homage to Clement’s Italian pedigree. The tread is an updated version of the classic Grifo profile first developed by Clement decades ago. Some of the changes include cuts in the central chevrons to allow the tread to flex and more aggressive side knobs with a shape inspired by a soccer cleat. The MXP is designed for a wide variety of conditions and variable surfaces. It excels on grass, loose dirt, sand, moderate mud, hard pack, snow and pavement. If you could only have one cyclocross tire, this is the one to have. Product Features: Size: 700 x 33mm Tubeless compatible Tread: Center chevrons and staggered side knobs for all-conditions. Soft rubber compound for extra grip and shock absorption.
PDX Clincher Named after the the Cross Crusade in Portland Oregon, USA, PDX_clincher_1(the largest participant cyclocross series in the World,) Clement’s Crusade PDX (the Portland airport code) is an all-around performer with a particular love for mud. The center knobs are aligned to give you a fast roll on hard pack and pavement. Side knobs offer superior edge control so your bike stays under you in the curves, and the leading edge of the knob gives you extra traction coming out of corners. Since its introduction in 2010, the PDX has quickly become one of the most popular cross clinchers on the market. Check out reviews of the PDX clincher here. Additional Info - Size:700X33 - TPI:120 - Bead:Folding - Weight:350 gm
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Alice & Flo would have served up a mean cup of coffee in this mug if they were slinging greasy-spoon grub in Portland instead of Phoenix. 9.5 ounces of your favorite warm beverage fit nicely in this nice diner-style mug. With it's smooth loop handle, you can hold your drink securely while updating your FB status or tweeting about the fabulous coffee you just were served at the River City Bicycles espresso bar by Barista-To-The-Stars, Jen.
Cold, mud, rain, snow, pitbikes, superfans, pressure washers, frites, beer. You either get cross or you don’t. If you do, you need a beanie!
Is the neck the most neglected part of the human body? Connecting skull to torso is no fool's errand, and we'd like to recognize that hard work with our gorgeous scarf!
RCB commissioned Seattle based artist, Kristina Wayte, to design our latest tee and the fine folks at ANTHM Collective produced them. Cyclocross isn't just racing... Here in Portland, there are miles of rideable trails and gravel roads and this tee highlights just that. Check out Kristina's other amazing works at her website: http://www.sketchytrails.com/
If you’ve ever worn a winter cap, then you know just how amazing they are. Designed many years ago to cover ears, block wind, insulate skull, and shield rain, all while fitting under a helmet? It's like a hug for your head when it gets chilly out. Seriously, you aren’t ready to ride year 'round until you have one.
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