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Fezzari Brings Cross to the Fore with new Disc Brake, Thru Axle Cyx

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Fezzari Fore Cyx

With cross season imminent, Fezzari is showing the production version of their latest bike. First shown as a prototype at Sea Otter, their first cyclocross bike now has a name – the Fore Cyx (siKs). The all carbon frame and fork is equipped with thru axles front and rear to match the disc brakes for a fully modern cross machine.

The bikes will be shipping out mid August, and will be available in a few complete builds including a Shimano 105 group, mechanical disc brakes, and Stan’s NoTubes Grail wheels for $2299! A higher end build will also be offered with Ultegra and TRP Hy-Rd hydraulic discs. Both builds will be shipping with tubeless compatible Hutchinson tires to take advantage of the Grail rims.

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Topmounter
Topmounter
8 years ago

Wow it has a tiny little set of metal wheels each one with its very own set of brake calipers!

mudrock
mudrock
8 years ago

That looks hot, I don’t care if it’s a Performance brand. They offered a great deal last year in a disc crosser, too. I almost got it.

mudrock
mudrock
8 years ago

Forget the Performance comment, my bad. So why not on the website?

Psi Squared
Psi Squared
8 years ago

@Mudrock: I think you’re confusing Fezzari with Forté. Fezzari sells direct to its customers.

Those are some ugly looking rims.

John T. Kajiwara
John T. Kajiwara
8 years ago

What will be the price of the higher end Ultegra/hydraulic disc model?

Jeb
Jeb
8 years ago

This company has potential which is KILLED by that name. Fezzari, ughhh. Literally anything would be better than that.

CXisfun
CXisfun
8 years ago

@ Psi Squared: I think he was confusing “Fore” for “Forte”

K11
K11
8 years ago

@Jeb. agree.

i believe they are a company based in UTAH. the first few times i heard the name i thought of some euro start up making a play on the car brands name- Ferrari. Not a fan of the name either way, but especially since the company is based in UTAH.

BrandonTheGinger
BrandonTheGinger
8 years ago

Are those mavics in the picture?

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