It's true: Trek did release this bike way back at the end of April. And while we may be a bit late to the party in announcing it to you, we'd like to think it's for good reason. Would it live up to the hype of being "the one bike that takes you from your workday commute right into your weekend adventure?" It did.
Trek's New Crossrip
July 20, 2016
Commuter? Gravel grinder? Café racer? We've ridden it to and from work, pulled it off the tarmac onto the trail, lightened it up with a new wheelset and rode it through the steeps of the Texas Hill Country. There isn't a thing that this bike can't seem to do.
And, that's particularly shocking given its affordability. The Sora level Crossrip 1 starts at $999, the Tiagra equipped Crossrip 2 at $1499 and the full Shimano 105 Crossrip 3 at $1999. Add to this a super lightweight aluminum frame and an updated geometry, and you have a fast, peppy bike built for fun and complete freedom on and off the road. Come on in and test ride one of these bikes today to see what the excitement is all about.