Stephanie Swan’s UltraCX Series Winning Specialized Crux Pro Carbon

Stephanie Swan’s UltraCX Series Winning Specialized Crux Pro Carbon

Ms Swan rode this machine at five of the six Ultra CX races she attended this year; her results speak for themselves.  Overall winner for the 2014 Women’s UltraCX point series, including victory at Barry Roubaix, and second place finishes at Southern Cross, Hilly Billy Roubaix, and the Dirty 40.

Stephanie’s bike was last raced at the final round of the American UltraCross Series, the Sub 9 Gravel Grovel in Norman, Indiana.

Apologies for any errors or omissions in the bike’s specifications.

Artistic photo by Stephanie Swan :)
Artistic photo by Stephanie Swan 🙂

SwanBike2Frame: 2013 Specialized Crux Pro Carbon
Fork: Specialized FACT carbon monocoque fork, 1-1/8″  upper, 1-3/8″ lower.
Headset: Specialized.
Seatpost: 3T Alloy, Zero setback.
Saddle: Specialized Romin.
Wheelset: Stans ZTR Crest 29’er.
Tyres: Clement Xplore MSO, 40mm, configured tubeless.
Handlebars: Specialized.
Stem: Specialized.
Shifters: SRAM Force, 10 speed.
Derailleurs: SRAM Force, 10 speed.
Crankset: FSA SL-K Carbon Light, 46T big ring, 34T small ring.
Bottom Bracket: Unknown.
Pedals: Time, unknown model.
Cassette: SRAM PG1070, 11-32.
Brakes: Avid BB7, mechanical disc.
Brake Rotors: Avid 160mm rotors.


  1. Avatar Flydyl

    What’s the rear spacing?

    • JOM JOM

      Sorry we didn’t post a lot of detail about this bike. This is one of our earlier featured bike articles. Rear spacing is 135mm.

  2. Avatar Art

    Doesn’t anyone know what the rear spacing for the crux carbon canti model is? I can’t find info anywhere

    • JOM JOM

      Art, my guess is it would be 130mm. I’m skeptical they’d spec the bike with 135mm spacing and cantilever brakes.

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