Jeronimo Cycles Xcross

Jeronimo Cycles Xcross

Pedro Jeronimo is located in the Canary Islands, which provide ample testing ground for his innovative road, MTB and ‘cross frames. There’s plenty of varying terrain to satisfy each discipline, although it’s not surprising to see the emergence of a frame versatile enough to handle both dirt and tarmac duties.

While the origin of this specie is the Spanish archipelago, this particular build is destined for Japan. The titanium Jeronimo Slütter is designed to cater for an internally geared transmission like the Shimano Alfine unit here, and while this edition is set up with a chain drive, it’s designed to be capable of a belt drive also. The bottom bracket is made by legendary tandem specialist Dennis Bushnell, adding reliability to the ride quality of the frame.

You can browse the entire range on the Jeronimo website, and if you don’t read Spanish, there’s a translation here. Coincidentally, it’s a year to the day since we featured the last machine from Jeronimo Cycles, a poignant reminder of what a great ride it’s been. Thanks for reading!

Jeronimo Cycles Xcross
Jeronimo Cycles Xcross
Jeronimo Cycles Xcross
Jeronimo Cycles Xcross
Jeronimo Cycles Xcross
Jeronimo Cycles Xcross
Jeronimo Cycles Xcross
Jeronimo Cycles Xcross
Jeronimo Cycles Xcross
Jeronimo Cycles Xcross

  • Wondering if anyone has any idea what shifter is used on this bike? I’m running the same hub on a MTB I put together a couple years ago with a trigger shifter which is ok, but a thumbie would be far better… Looks to be Sturmey Archer maybe, but not sure.

    • Carlos Guerra

      It looks like a Shimano bar end shifter.

    • Mostlypedals

      Like Carlos said, it looks like a Shimano bar end shifter mated with either a Paul thumbie or one of those split-clamp IRD flat-bar/bar-end adaptors.

  • Those welds are amazingly tidy, excellent work Pedro.

  • George Rossmann

    Who makes those brake levers?