Gary Fisher Cronus Bike

Known for its iconic mountain bikes, Gary Fisher has taken to the road in a big way with the Gary Fisher Cronus Bike ($2,630). The company's first full-carbon framed road bike, the Cronus offers advancements like the Fisher Control Column with wider fork brakes, high-flange hubs, and large hub end caps for a stiffer, better handling ride, vanishing fender mounts for full-coverage fenders, a Shimano 105 drivetrain, room for tires up to 28c, standard 27.2mm seatposts, and external cable routing for easy fixes on-the-go. Pros: See Above. Cons: It costs $2,630, or approximately $2,530 more than the Schwinn you had your eye on at Target.

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