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Katie Compton knows about winning World Cup cyclocross races, so Trek tapped that knowledge to design the Crockett 7. This lightweight aluminum rig has a ton of 'cross-racing features like an aggressive geometry, huge tire clearance, internal cable routing, and a flattened top tube for easy carrying. The carbon fork uses a custom sweep that adds comfort and compliance to the ride while still being laterally stiff to dissect the tight turns you see in a cross race. When playing in the mud, your gear better like it messy, so you've got a SRAM Force CX 1 x 11 drivetrain, Bontrager Affinity tubeless-ready wheels, and SRAM hydraulic disc brakes, all of which shrug off the muck with panache.
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There's no cyclocross course too challenging and no barrier too high for Raleigh's RX 1.0. Its chassis is crafted from butted aluminum with a tapered carbon fork. The RX 1.0 makes short work of steep climbs, off-camber corners and Monday-morning rush hour traffic. Its SRAM drivetrain provides high-level shifting while you churn out the power on the FSA cranks. And when you're cross-eyed with two laps to go or late for a meeting, you won't have to worry about staying on track thanks to the nimble Weinmann wheels, grippy Schwalbe tires and powerful Tektro cantilever stoppers. You'll also love the fine Raleigh bar, stem, seatpost and seat.
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