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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Specialized CruX. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
11 reasons to buy
- The CruX is offered in frame sizes from 46cm to 61cm. Most teens and adults can find a size to fit.
- Experts are pleased the bike has quick-release wheels, making it easy to break down for travel.
- The CruX is extremely versatile. In addition to dominating cyclocross, it can be used for gravel adventures, road rides and commuting.
- The high bottom bracket offers riders extra clearance over rough terrain.
- Testers found the bike to be attractive, with cleanly routed cables and tasteful color options.
- The Specialized CruX is available with a high-quality carbon frame that offers riders efficient power transfer.
- The carbon fork and frame dampen road vibrations.
- The seat stays do not contain any unnecessary bridges that have the potential to collect mud.
- There is 8mm of clearance on each side of the 33mm tires to prevent the build up of mud in sloppy wet conditions.
- Stability is found in the bike’s wide tires and long wheelbase.
- Testers are pleased that all builds of the Crux contain high-quality components.
2 reasons not to buy
- The CruX is not the most affordable cyclocross bike.
- The Tracer tires don't perform the best on wet or loose terrain.