Rose Xeon CWX 3000 review

Rose Xeon CWX 3000 review

First up, props must go to Rose for breaking the black and red monotony of road bikes (of which Rose has been pretty guilty of in the past) with this incredibly bold, almost hi-viz, fluro yellow finish on the CWX 3000. BikeRadar's Bike of the Year 2017 awards — this year's winners revealed Bike of the Year 2017: Trek Domane SLR 9 eTap wins Superbike of the Year The CWX is based around the Xeon CW aero road design, but adds thru-axle equipped disc stopping power combined with wind tunnel-tuned shape and racing geometry. My 59cm test bike features steep 73.5 and 73.75 head and seat angles with a long 407mm reach and 580mm stack. This, combined with the 1,009mm wheelbase, makes for a bike that’s a proper competition focused rig. The CWX’s aero shape is sweetly combined with a bike that feels eager and quick from the first turn ...

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