.... Genesis Croix De Fer Reviews
Genesis Croix De Fer Bike Reviews and Ratings
Review Summaries for the Genesis Croix De Fer
In this section we have summarised reviews on several of the Genesis Croix De Fer bike models,
including the and the Genesis Croix De Fer.
We have found 3 reviews on this bike range, on well-known cycling websites and also a collection of
customer reviews on cycle retailers' sites. Its also possible to check the review history to some extent, so we've included some of those.
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Genesis Croix De Fer
Reviews include Road.cc from 2013
describing the do-it-all versatility, as this bike is equally at home with bit of road speed, or changing the tyres and going off road, or loading it up for touring.
It also comments on the gearing: which is aimed at giving you plenty of choice whether you are on steep hills on a track or have some speed to maintain on the road, plus the
wide tyre choice because the wheels are equally suitable for mountain bike tyres, faster road tyres or puncture proof commuting.
This site rates this bike at 4.5/5.
There is a review from Bike Radar from 2014
which firstly emphasises the fun to ride, as it has stable and neutral handling making it a great blend between the practicality of a cyclocross bike and the speed of a road bike.
Also mentioned in this review is the long ride suitability: which is courtesy of the steel frame for comfort and the adaptability of the gear ratios provided, combined with the
disc brakes that give the bike reliable braking, whether you are racing at speed or have the bike loaded up with panniers.
If you're interested in ratings, this review gives the bike a 4.0/5.
Cyclist.co.uk from Feb 2016 (covers the Titanium model) and
comments on the all-day comfort, because of the long wheelbase, relaxed head angle and the general performance of the titanium frame in smoothing out the ride.
Also the review mentions the brakes: which are hydraulic and progressive, bringing you to a rapid, safe stop on a variety of surfaces and in addition, the
upgrade possibilities because the bars, stem and seatpost are pretty average. You could also just buy the frame and build something up from scratch..
Overall this reviewer gives the bike a 4.0/5 rating.
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