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Race stock.

Ready for race day, the Salsa Chili Con Crosso lacks frivolous add-ons like rack mounts and bottle openers for an ultra low-weight. The snappy frame, choice components, and proven mud-slinging geometry begs for hot laps around your local CX course.

  • Swappable vertical and horizontal rear dropouts allow geared or singlespeed setup
  • SRAM Apex shifters and Rival rear derailleur ensure fast and positive shifting
  • Avid Shorty 4 cantilever brakes offer plenty of mud clearance and power
  • PressFit BB 30 bottom bracket increases power transfer
  • Tapered headtube and carbon fork for precise steering

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Hi- Will the rear derailleur accept an...

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Hi- Will the rear derailleur accept an 11-32 cassette? (is it SRAM WiFli compatible). Thanks!

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Loves the abuse and rides super sweet

Been riding this bike and racing cross for the last year riding the Chili Con Crosso. I love to ride this bike and it loves the abuse. The geometry is tight and awesome. I have never had and fork shutter with the tapered fork.

I love the 1x10 setup but switched to a 40T ring for the muddy and hilly races.

2.7 cm BB drop is adequate in compensating geometry for tall tires put not so much so road tires are not comfy.

Wheelset that comes with it is great for training and butter smooth and the bike was surprisingly light considering and rides even lighter.

I have the 2011 version that had crappy wheel skewers that you couldn't get tight enough and a 68mm BB. The salsa skewers and the PF30 should be nice improvements over 2011.

Notes: A 35mm read tire is as big and you will get in the rear, and no braze-ons for fenders.

I don't have any complaints, super ride.