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Santa Cruz BicyclesStigmataCarbon CC Cyclocross Frameset - 2018
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July 31, 2019
Beware this is NOT a 2019
I bought this frame in a fog color size 54 and it's being built as I write this however I have a couple of gripes. 1. the information I relied on when ordering the parts to build this frame up were inaccurate as the new 2019 frame requires a threaded bottom bracket and post mount brakes. This frame I bought requires press fit bottom bracket and flat mount brakes. And they STILL have not changed their item description on it. I'm still going to build the bike I was shipped because it's silly to send back such a large box I just wish they would not pass this frame off as a 2019 when it is not.
August 12, 2019
Thanks for the review, looked hard at this as an option to buy and saw the same thing, what BC/CC has as info is wrong, when you look at Santa Cruz's website, this is an older frameset they're selling w/ different specs than CC lists
August 21, 2019
This frame is clearly labeled as a 2018, which is the exact same frame as 2015-2017, just with different paint. While you are correct that this model frame requires a press-fit bottom bracket, it does take post-mount brakes, not flat-mount as you indicate above ... the photos of the 2018 above very clearly show that the frame and fork are post-mount. I also have one of this generation Stigmata and can vouch from personal experience. The 2019 does take a threaded bottom bracket, and requires flat-mount brakes. Disclosure: I worked for Competitive Cyclist from 2016-2018, but have not worked there for the past 10 months. I see nothing inaccurate in the description, which indicates that it takes a PF30 bottom bracket and post-mount brakes ... and this is the same description that was on this frame when I did work for CC.
February 16, 2018
Changing it up
- I've put it through the wringer
Review written about 2017 version of the frame; the only difference between 2017 & 2018 is the paint. ----------- I'm an old-school roadie. That means that I tend to favor lugged steel frames, Campagnolo components, and tubular wheels ... so it's going to take something special to get me to make a change. The Stigmata is my first carbon bike, my first disc brake bike, my first tubeless wheels, and my first Shimano (I got mine built with an Ultegra 2x group) bike in over 20 years. Initial impressions? Oh my freaking heck (that's a Utah-ism for those who don't know), this is going to be an amazing bike to ride ... on road, and especially on gravel once the snow melts. Gotta prep for the Crusher this July ... my hope is to finally finish as a rider, not as a writer. So why only 4 stars you ask? Because I don't have enough experience on the bike to definitively give it 5 stars, but I'm pretty sure that once I've got some more miles on it, that rating will go up. If you have any questions about this item or any other gravel/cyclocross bikes, please feel free to reach out to me directly at 801-736-6396 ext. 2422, or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org ------- Update 4/15/17 - Five Stars Yup ... this bike is a potential quiver killer for me. If I had to limit myself to just ONE bike, well ... umm ... the Campy-equipped Richard Sachs would win out (I am never getting rid of that bike); but if I got to keep TWO bikes, the Stigmata would definitely be the second one, full stop. Don't even need to think about that one. I even like the Shimano Ultegra components, which is hard to admit as a Campy guy. Shifting is spot-on, and in many ways I'm a disc brake believer now. I was worried about the disc brakes being grabby compared to all my rim brakes, but so far, I feel like I still have good modulation when I'm just trying to control my speed going into a bend, but have all the stopping power I need when I need to grab the brakes. I did get a second set of wheels to mount with road tires and a road cassette, so it's a lot easier when I want to switch it up from 40mm on gravel to 25mm on pavement; the bike does indeed perform just as well on pavement as any of my dedicated road bikes. TL;DR -- New bike, new tech, love it.
August 17, 2017
The Stigmata in action
Stigmata ride with Steve Peat