Trek Cronus CX Pro Cyclo cross bike review

The Cronus's lightweight carbon frame features Trek's usual chunky tubing, giving a stiff and responsive ride able to take on even the toughest cyclo cross course.

Trek Cronus CX Pro
Cycling Weekly Verdict

However, to cater for the Great British weather and the conditions that come with it, a more aggressively treaded tyre would be better and is probably a necessary upgrade.

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As part of Trek's Gary Fisher collection the CX Pro is the ?cheaper build option in the Cronus stable, which is its top cross range. With two bikes in both the entry level and the mid-range, Trek's cyclo-cross family is one of the largest in the market.

With Shimano 105 groupset, Avid Shorty 6 cantilever brakes and Bontrager finishing kit all being reliable but not top of the range, it shows that the majority of the £2,000 price tag has gone into the well-developed carbon frame.

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