Ride Blue CXC Cantilever
 
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TRP Canti Brakes

These are regular canti aluminum brakes, I think I found these on Ebay for about $20, used, cheap, but in great shape and easy to fix/replace if it needs to.

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Alu Handlebar, Apex Shifters, with CNC Stem

These are Compact Handlebar is an aluminum independent brand aero style 40cm. The cost was about $14, the feel pretty comfortable and rigid.

Shifters, SRAM Apex, again Aluminum a bit heavy but they feel very smooth. They came on another bike that ended up re-selling.

Stem is a CNC alux very light, very old too, it came on another bike.

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FSA K Light Force - Compact

This crankset is the old version and style, so far it feels good, rings have seen very little use, and even though I'm looking to replace it for an Ultegra 6800.

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Mavic Ksyrium and Conti King Tires

The wheelset for the trip had no doubt about, they had to be Mavic, I have these on my road bike, and I didn't hesitate to use them for the CX.

Tires, for now I'm using 700x35 Continental King tires, but thinking to go wider and to jump on the Panaracer Fire 700x45, I already tested them and they in fact would fit perfectly.

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Ortlieb Pannier Holder

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BLUE CXC

After trying different frames, I came to the conclusion that this CX Blue fit me pretty well.

I recently now began to install the front panniers holders and replaced the front fork to be aluminum now.