Hufnagel CX gallery
Hufnagel CX gallery
Hufnagel CX gallery
Hufnagel CX gallery
Hufnagel CX gallery
Hufnagel CX gallery
Hufnagel CX gallery
Hufnagel CX gallery
Hufnagel CX gallery
Hufnagel CX gallery
Hufnagel CX gallery
Hufnagel CX gallery

JC's Hufnagel CX

JC's Hufnagel CX

JC's Hufnagel CX

JC's Hufnagel CX

JC's Hufnagel CX

JC's Hufnagel CX

JC's Hufnagel CX

JC's Hufnagel CX

JC's Hufnagel CX

JC's Hufnagel CX

JC's Hufnagel CX

JC's Hufnagel CX

Hufnagel CX gallery
Hufnagel CX gallery
Hufnagel CX gallery
Hufnagel CX gallery
Hufnagel CX gallery
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Hufnagel CX gallery
Hufnagel CX gallery

One of the locals at Golden Saddle Cyclery / Social Club rolled through on this.   I’d seen it before on the interwebs and it was just as charming in real life – perhaps more so now that it’d been ridden.

Exceptional fillet brazing, a gorgeous metallic green and understated throughout.  The fine details reveal themselves when you get up close, like a great record each listen reveals something you didn’t pick up on before.

The Paul mini-moto brakes are evil.  Super powerful and with very little modulation.  The colour coded Thomson post almost gives the impression it’s integrated and it’s a great finish to the build.

Check out Jesse’s blog for some great cycling inspiration.