Trek Bicycle makes the best cyclocross bikes in the world. From unstoppable race machines for the racer to affordable, hardy commuter models for the entry level rider or commuter.
Trek's CrossRip Elite is the one bike that truly does it all. This machine loves long rides on the road, cruising along dirt paths, commutes in the city and even down-n-dirty cross racing. Its light aluminum frame sports a carbon fork, making it lively, fast and ridiculously fun to ride. Shimano gives you an 18-speed drivetrain with a wide range for help on the steepest hills. And since you have fender and rack mounts as well, foul weather riding and gear-hauling capacity is covered. The do-it-all nature continues. The Hayes disc brakes give you all-conditions stopping, so go ahead, commute all winter long and race in the sloppiest cross courses, you've covered. The wheels are tubeless-ready and the tires are Bontrager Hard-Cases, so flats are pretty much a thing of the past, too.
Katie Compton knows about winning World Cups, so Trek tapped that knowledge to design the Crockett 7. It's got a ton of 'cross-racing features like a light aluminum frame, aggressive geometry, a chain keeper, huge tire clearance, internal cable routing and a flattened top tube for easy carrying. The carbon fork uses custom sweep that adds comfort and compliance to the ride while still being stiff enough to dissect the tight turns you see in 'cross. When playing in the mud, your gear better come correct, so you've got SRAM Rival shifting and FSA cranks with true 'cross gearing, tubeless-ready wheels and Avid canti brakes. A carbon post and a Ti-railed saddle show off its race-ready credentials.
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