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Cutter 801 Carbon X Frame / Fork Set

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Ride dirty and pedal your way onto the podium with the Cutter 801 Carbon X Frameset. Cutter offers up a race-ready carbon ‘cross frame that is sure to get a little Belgian-style mayonnaise flowing through your veins. The 801 Carbon X features oversized tubes for maximum stiffness, and a flattened top tube for easy shouldering. The frameset is ready to be built to your dream spec –whether that means all-new, super flashy parts or whatever you can scrounge from the parts bin.

  • Internal rear-brake cable routing keeps mud from clogging your housing, and makes shouldering your whip a breeze
  • Downtube and bottom bracket junctions are oversized to provide excellent stiffness and power transfer
  • Aluminum steer tube lends extra durability to the carbon fork and minimizes brake chatter
  • Integrated rear brake hanger for smooth and consistent brake modulation and power
  • Understated graphics let you fly under the radar until you sprint for the win
  • Rear brake is cantilever-only, fork has canti studs and is drilled for a caliper brake as well

Tech Specs

Rear Spacing:
130 mm
Head Tube Diameter:
1.125 in
Seatpost Diameter:
31.6 mm
Front Derailleur Mount:
34.9 mm
Frame-Only Weight:
1180 g
Claimed Weight:
1900 g
Recommended Use:
racing cyclocross,high-speed commuting, cantilever brake fun
Manufacturer Warranty:

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Is this frame fit for the tittle of a...

Is this frame fit for the tittle of a fixie? I have a fixie and needed a new frame.

This will only work as a fixie if your rear hub is an eccentric like the White Industries ENO. Otherwise, the vertical dropouts will make it impossible to adjust the chain tension and you'll end up with a loose chain--very very dangerous on a fixed-gear.

Does this have a tapered steerer? Also,...

Does this have a tapered steerer? Also, is the bracket BB30?

Just chatted with a guy at RealCyclist. This is what he told me, in case anyone else is interested: Straight 1 1/8 steerer and a standard english BB.

Just built up

I can't ride it for another month due to injuries, but here's what this frame can look like. As soon as the doctor gives the goahead to start using clipless pedals, I'll add eggbeaters, and also will ride it a bit before deciding where to cut the stem. It's a sweet frame

Just built up

Looks awesome so far

    I haven't built this up yet, so this 'review'" is obviously preliminary, but this frame looks better in person than it does on the website photos. It just has the look of a quality bike - everything is finished nicely, and I have to say the lack of graphics looks pretty awesome. It just feels like a nice bike. The folks at realcyclist, particularly Zach, have been very helpful in putting together the rest of the parts I needed for this. I can't wait to ride this.

    Stoked to help! Hope you're healed up and riding hard!

    What size headset does this take? Is this...

    What size headset does this take? Is this just a standard 1 1/8" internal or integrated?

    Any recomendations for a headset specifically?


    I just went through this myself. Assuming I got it right (with the help of the folks here - worth calling to figure this stuff out) it's a 1 1/8 integrated headset. The complete build they offered for awhile was specced with an FSA Orbit IS-2. I just got a Cane Creek 110 integrated tall rise (110.IS41 Tall Cover Complete) - the cheaper Cane Creek 40 integrated looks like it would work too - (40.IS38 Tall Cover Complete). Ritchey WCS Logic Zero Carbon Fiber Drop-In Headset available here should work too. Get a problem solvers cantilever cable hanger too (or at least that's what I was told). Hope this info isn't wrong or useless. Wouldn't be the first time.

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    I just picked one of these up and am having...

    I just picked one of these up and am having a hard time finding any intel on Cutter. Where are they located? Where are the frames made? Any info would be cool.

    great bike

      the new cx rig is built and ready to roll...although the weather here in Ohio has not cooperated too much lately...even for the cx freaks amongst us. I am very happy with this frame!...probably the best bang for the buck I have ever spent, for those of you that did not pull the trigger on the sale price, you can regret it fo' sure...built it up with some Rival from another bike and BAM, sweet rig. I had intended for this to be a pit bike, but it came out as light or maybe lighter than my current race bike...I just added the green bar tape today, and I think it looks great!!!...

      great bike

      it is the author of the post above - I put a pic up there for ya all, but so far no dice...will try again later.

      nat2774150, How does it ride, all is well?

      I bought this frame and fork from bonktown for $499. It rides fantastic, and when I stand and stomp it responds well.

      I moved all my road components over to this frame. My only beef is that for some reason it doesn't shift as well as my road frame. I've got a great mechanic that has built bikes for me in the past and he thought the rear derailer hanger was not right. The shifters and derailers are SRAM Red and I've never had any issue with them in the past.

      I'd like to know if anyone has had the same problem as myself, so let me know.

      Over all I'm not sorry I bought this frame at 499 and now I see it for 450, you just can't beat the price for a carbon frame, and like I said before, It rides just fine. Just know, it's not a Cannondale Super X.