XDS Cross 300 24sp Men's 700C Hybrid City Commuter Bike // Jet Black

$ 395.00 $ 599.00


Hybrid Series: Whether navigating aggressive trails or peddling out of your garage for a smooth workout, the Hybrid Series provides comfort and versatility to riders seeking accommodations for multiple terrains. If you commute to work, take leisurely spins through the park, or find yourself facing a rocky road, this series will encourage you to take the longer way home.

Cross 300: With adjustable front locking suspension, a light and strong alloy frame and Shimano Altus 24 Speed components your ride with this bike will be superior on all terrain. The Kenda tires move quickly and use the perfect amount of tread to keep you from slipping. The wheels are quick release for convenience with rims built deeper for added strength. The Cross 300 boasts the most bang for your buck with such high quality for under $600.

  • Frame: XDS Alloy Frame
  • Colors: Black
  • Fork:  Zoom Suspension Fork 50mm Travel 
  • Wheels: Weinmann ZAC1800 700C x 1.5" x 32H Alloy Double Wall Rim
  • Tires: Kenda 700 x 38C
  • Chain: KMC Z72 Chain
  • Front Derailleur: Shimano Tourney FD-TX510 
  • Rear Derailleur: Shimano Altus RD-M360
  • Shiftlevers: Shimano ST-EF500 24 Speed
  • Pedals: VP992A Alloy Cage Resin Body
  • Saddle: VL6124 Comfort Sport
  • Handlebar: Alloy W:600mm
  • Brakeset: Tektro Alloy 
  • Stem: Alloy 
  • Weight: 30lbs
Frame Size 15" 17" 19.5" 21.5"
Recommended Rider Height 5'1"-5'5" 5'5"-5'8" 5'8"-6'1" 6'1"-6'5"
Wheel Size 700C 700C 700C 700C


Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Joel Swanson
Solid choice for the price point

I only looked for a new hybrid because my all-time favorite bike, a Raleigh 3T was stolen from my garage last August. Having bought my XDS Cross 300 last fall and living in northern Minnesota, I have been putting it to the test on our local paved trails only recently, logging just over 35 miles so far. But first things first: unboxing and set up: XDS does a fantastic job packing the bike securely; it was efficiently arranged to make set up quite hassle free, despite directions, based on some glaring spelling and syntactic errors, clearly not written by a native English speaker. However, using a little common sense, I was able to have a ride-ready bike in about twenty minutes. The components (brakes, shifter, and derailleur) are mid-level Shimano and have performed as designed so far. The shifters utilize a thumb and finger trigger mechanism, easy and accurate to use. The front shocks are probably unnecessary but do soften the bumps and divots. I switched out the seat with one a bit less firm and also added a 70mm (max) fork stem extender to raise the handle bars for a bit more comfort. So far, the bike has been more than I expected, and I am beginning to miss my Raleigh less with each ride. For the money, I feel it is a solid choice for the rider who wants to get in shape by pedaling paving trails in modest comfort, but--don't get me wrong--this bike will happily respond when pushed with as much athleticism as a middle-aged fella (or gal) can dish out!

Great Value!

I ordered this bike to have something to cruise around the neighborhood and was surprised to get so much more. This bike is great, high quality, and more than what I needed.