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Boardman Bikes Elite CXR 9.2 Complete Bike - 2015 $0.00
Boardman's 'cross frames are designed with all the details that make owning and riding them a delight. Whether you head out on a country tour, a commute, or toe the start line in the weekend cyclocross race, the CXR series of bikes is versatile enough that you may only need this one bike. Boardman used the latest in frame and component technology to create three levels of frames that cater to any rider at any level. The CXR 9.2 is designed with an ultralight carbon frame and a full complement of SRAM components in a package that won't empty your wallet.
The CXR was developed using the SLR frame as its inspiration. Every tube was meticulously examined and tested to be the most efficient and lightweight as possible. Using the latest Finite Element Analysis (FEA), Boardman was able to test many different combinations of fiber types, fiber directions, resins, and tube shapes to ultimately come up with the CXR frame design. FEA allows material to be used where necessary while removing it where it is not, which results in the lightest and strongest frames possible.
The oversized down tube keeps the steering sharp, while the oversized PF30 bottom bracket handles pedaling forces. The CXR's frame was constructed from an ultralight, high modulus unidirectional carbon fiber, constructed in a full monocoque design. Monocoque means that the frame is molded as a single piece, which allows for virtually infinite tube shapes and profiles. The fork was built out of the same predictable, race-tested, and ultralight carbon fiber. The CXR's mold incorporates a one-piece PF30 bottom bracket and oversized, asymmetric chainstays with disc mounts.These assist in both power transfer to the drivetrain as well as increased braking capabilities. The seat stays were given a wishbone profile which provides a smooth ride. Along these lines, the full carbon fork was built with a 1-1/2 to 1-1/8in tapered steerer for increased stiffness and steering precision.
The CXR's fork was designed to be exceptionally stable, comfortable, and to efficiently handle variable wind conditions. To accomplish this, Boardman flattened the insides of the blades and curved the outside surfaces for an enhanced airflow interaction between the fork and wheel. The CXR handles so smoothly that you can throw a pair of road tires on and rely on it to perform as well in a road race as in the mud.
Several details place the Boardman 'cross bikes a step above other frames. To start, all of the CXR frames are designed with disc brake mounts. Now that disc brakes are UCI-legal, there's no reason not to take the benefit that disc brakes offer. Additionally, Boardman 'cross frames feature both mudguard and rear rack mounts.
The ultralight carbon frame of the CXR 9.2 is complemented by a full SRAM Force 22 group. Force is second in line to SRAM Red and benefits from the "trickle-down" effect of technology as it is developed for the SRAM line. The compact 50/34tooth crankset is paired with an 11-25tooth rear cassette. This combination has the right gears to get you through any course or up any climb. The CXR 9.2 is built with Mavic TN319 rims with durable Formula hubs and stainless steel spokes. The tires are the very capable Continental X-Kings in a 35mm width. The handlebars are Boardman's Elite Alloy, while the Elite Carbon finish off the stem and seatpost. You will sit comfortably on a Fi'zi:k Ardea saddle.
The Boardman Bikes CXR 9.2 is available in sizes X-Small to X-Large and in the color Grey.
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Beautiful and stiff
- Familiarity:I've used it several times
Gorgeous to behold and stiff to ride so nice transfer of power. Weight comes in heavier than specked. More like 20.9 lbs with pedals. Stock Mavic Wheels are just ok and heavy as well. Not a great roller with the knobby tired but expect it will be better with road tires and a wheel upgrade. I am just breaking it in with less than 100 miles on it so far but SRAM shifting is smooth and gear ratio is excellent with the 12-32 cassette. Enjoyable thus far.
Any idea when XL (59cm) Boardman CXR 9.2's will be back in stock?
Great question, we can place special orders for those if we get an order going. I can set the order up and you keep you posted on the special order process. Get in touch with me at email@example.com or extension 4769. Thanks!
Do you think an 8.0kg build is possible...
Do you think an 8.0kg build is possible for this bike with a road setup (28c GP4000s) and a 1500g wheels? 9kg with a lightweight carbon frame/fork and SRAM force sounds a little heavy. Are the wheels really heavy ?
You should be able to build that up to close to 8KG. The wheel on that bike are quite heavy and the knobby tires tend to add some weight as well.
If you have any other questions or need help with an order let me know. Adam- firstname.lastname@example.org or 801-736-6396 ext 5630
CXR 9.4 and 9.2 Unveiled
hi what is the s and r in Boardman crx...
what is the s and r in Boardman
The medium SLS's stack height is 562mm and the reach is 390mm.