Overall, despite their low weight, they are equipped with more robust elements, including the sturdier handlebars. All-round equipment, such as the lighting system, is largely dispensed with; instead, the suspension as well as the gears and brakes play an essential role in being up to greater challenges. Overall, this sporty variant is also well suited for training purposes, has less rolling resistance and a more comfortable ride than a typical MTB. In addition, the comfort is supported with a wide suspension fork, whereby you can also choose and specify individual equipment options here.
With the tyres of a cross bike, the optimal middle ground is found, making even forest paths and gravel tracks easy to ride. By the way, there's a big visual bonus for the coolness factor. And: tricky terrain can be tackled with up to 30 gears, or you can cruise relaxed over the asphalt. Accordingly, cross bikes are ideal for variable use on roads, gravel paths or rough forest trails.