This is a 2009 Specialized TriCross Sport Triple in Gloss Brown, Black and Silver with White decals. It is a 22″ / 56cm / Large (center of bottom bracket to top of seat tube) TIG welded Aluminum frame with a carbon fork. The stand over height is ” directly in front of the saddle. 

There are 27 speeds available through the FSA Triple (50/39/30) with alloy crank arms and the Shimano HG50 9 gear (11/32t) freehub. 

The rear derailleur is a Shimano Deore LX Long Cage and the front is a Shimano Tiagra. Shifting is through Shimano 9 speed STI (Brifters).

Both wheels are Alex Ace-19 double wall alloy 700c rims drilled for presta valves laced to quick release 32 hole alloy hubs. Both wheels have Specialized Borough Sport CX 700×33 c black wall tires.

Braking is handled by Tektro Cantilever Brakes.

The black padded saddle is mounted to a Specialized carbon wrapped seat post that moves freely in the seat tube. 

Specialized Comp, 6061 alloy, short drop, ergonomic shaping, 31.8mm handlebars are mounted to Specialized Comp-Set, 3D forged alloy, 4-bolt 31.8mm bar clamp, 4- position adjustable stem.

There is a bottle cage on the down tube and bosses on the seat tube. There are braze ons for a rear rack, bosses for a front rack and eyelets for fenders. 

The bicycle rides, turns, stops and shifts through all of the gears and rings as it should.

From the Specialized Catalog:

POINT THE TRICROSS down anything from a gravel strewn fireroad to a pothole packed bike path or maybe even a chunk of smooth singletrack, and you’ll realize that its numbness-killing chassis, predictable geometry and robust wheelset will help you redefine what’s possible on two (skinny) tires. The Aluminum frame uses slacker head geometry and a longer wheelbase for stability in any situation. Rack and fender mounts let you gear up for any adventure.  The TriCross carbon fork couples precision steering with superb vibration dampening.  

A do-it-all cyclocross bike. Claimed weight is 23.5lbs.

For less than the price of a generic Bike Shaped Object that anyone might buy online or from a store that sells bicycles in the Toy Department, you could be riding this vintage bicycle with quality components. The fact that it is still rolling down the road is a testament to how well it was built.

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