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Boardman CXR 8.9 Cyclocross Bike - S, M, L, XL 159 views today
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  • Brake Type : Hydraulic Disc Brakes
  • Tyres : Clement Crusade PDX Tyre, 60 TPI, wire bead
  • Groupset : Sram Apex 1x11 hydraulic
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The performance of a cyclocross bike is faultless if you're looking for excellent traction on tarmac, as well as a comfortable ride on grass, mud, sand and woodland paths. With a similar geometry to a road bike, cyclocross bikes - also known as cross bikes boast wider tyres and slightly smoother gearing in order to handle rougher terrain. Fun to ride and extremely practical with a relatively lightweight cyclocross frame, these bikes feature drop handlebars and because the cables are routed internally or on top of the top tube - are easier to carry and transport.

Our range includes some of the best cyclocross bikes from top manufacturers, including Raleigh, Voodoo, Carrera and Boardman cyclocross bikes. With a range that covers both beginner and premium cyclocross bikes, the best way to differentiate between the two is by the type of brakes. Mechanical brakes feature a cable pull system and feature on our lower priced bikes, whereas hydraulic systems use fluid to transfer the force and feature on all our bikes over £1,000. Plus, with a selection of men's and women's bikes in a variety of different styles and colours, you can rest assured there's a bike to suit you at Halfords.

To ensure you get your new products hassle-free, choose either our trusted delivery or click & collect service at checkout. If you're still unsure which bike to choose, our cycling help & advice will provide you with all the relevant information you need. It covers all the basic elements of choosing the correct bike including frame size, wheel size and tyre type. And if you need a helping hand when it comes to purchasing cycling accessories cycling accessories , our advice guides are there to help you.