Santa Cruz Bicycles Stigmata Carbon CC Force CX1 Complete Cyclocross Bike - 2017

Santa Cruz Bicycles Stigmata Carbon CC Force CX1 Complete Cyclocross Bike - 2017
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Stigmata Carbon CC Force CX1 Complete Cyclocross Bike - 2017 by Santa Cruz Bicycles
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Santa Cruz Bicycles Stigmata Carbon CC Force CX1 Complete Cyclocross Bike - 2017

While the Stigmata is known for its versatility across terrain ranging from gravel to grass to smooth singletrack excursions, there's no doubt that the 2017 Santa Cruz Bicycles Stigmata Carbon CC Force CX1 Complete Cyclocross Bike is also built to throw down amidst the barriers, mud, and cowbell-fueled melee that is a cyclocross race. Kitted out with SRAM's Force 1 drivetrain and hydraulic brakes, this Stigmata sacrifices the few extra gears of a double and ditches the front derailleur for single chainring simplicity and confident chain retention whether you're rocking and rolling over washboard whoops or punching up a steep flyover. This version of the Stigmata sports Santa Cruz's top-shelf CC carbon lay-up, which delivers robust strength and stiffness alongside lightweight efficiency. Up front, the Stigmata CC Cyclocross Fork uses this same high-end carbon for uncompromising stiffness and strength when you need it most. Modern geometry places the Stigmata Carbon CC solidly in contention with the herd of high-end 'cross bike options, with a 72-degree head angle, 73. 5-degree seat angle (based on 56cm model), and a 69mm bottom bracket drop that falls neatly between Euro-'cross high and road-racing low and caters well to American-style cross courses. Even with its race-bred outfit, the Stigmata's geometry allows for versatility beyond the barriers. It's just as confident and composed grinding over gravel back roads or exploring light-duty singletrack. While cross racing places limitations on tire width, venturing off the course opens up myriad possibilities of plush. Santa Crux designed the Stigmata to accept tires up to 41mm wide, allowing you to drop the pressure (especially when running tubeless) for a more comfortable ride through rougher terrain. Conversely, toss on a set of skinny road tires to throw down on the local group ride or noodle through the city on a Sunday social. Thru-axles at the front and rear add poise and confidence for better tracking ac...

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