Whether exploring local singletrack treasures, commuting to work, or touring the coast with fully-laden panniers, the Tricross provides the freedom to roam wherever you please—pavement, gravel, dirt, your first ‘cross race, you name it. The real world has ever-changing terrain, so it’s important to have a light, yet durable bike that gives you the flexibility to do it all.
WHAT All-new double butted A1 Premium
Aluminum Tricross frame featuring freeroad
geometry, smooth welds, full fender and
rack compatibility, internal cable routing,
and generous tire clearance.
WHY To create the best fitting, most versatile,
and smoothest riding Freeroad bike.
HOW Our engineers manipulate the frame’s
tube shapes and diameters to maximize
compliance and minimize weight for greater
comfort and handling. Plus, the underside
of the top tube is specifically shaped with
a smooth, flat contour for ergonomic
shouldering. The braze-on front
derailleur mount shaves weight
while increasing durability.
Internal Cable Routing
WHAT Brake and shifter cables channeled
internally rather than outside the frame.
WHY Decreases maintenance, increases
durability, and improves brake and shifter
functions in harsh conditions.
HOW Cables are routed through the top and
down tubes via cable housing guides
brazed into the frame. This protects
the cables from exposure to corrosive
elements and minimizes the amount of
housing needed, thereby shaving weight
and reducing friction.
FACT Carbon Fork
WHAT All-new FACT carbon fork with 1-1/8”
WHY Decreases weight, while increasing
strength and stiffness to create a quicker
HOW With a higher strength-to-weight ratio
than alloy, carbon blades are stiffer and
lighter weight, which creates a more
responsive, predictable front end. Carbon
also has inherent vibration-dampening
qualities, which means less fatigue in