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Cyclo-cross Worlds gallery: New gear, mud and Nutella

By:
Robin Wilmott
Published:
February 14, 2014, 12:00 GMT,
Updated:
February 14, 2014, 11:01 GMT
Edition:
First Edition Cycling News, Sunday, February 16, 2014
Race:
UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships
The SRAM CX1 group was installed on a few riders' bikes. Not yet released, the single-ring or "one-by" group has a long cage and roller bearing clutch mechanism

The SRAM CX1 group was installed on a few riders' bikes. Not yet released, the single-ring or "one-by" group has a long cage and roller bearing clutch mechanism

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SRAM's CX1, unusual Di2 configurations and more

This article originally published on BikeRadar

At the UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships earlier this month, riders and mechanics hauled a smorgasbord of gear to Hoogerheide in the Netherlands. BikeRadar's Robin Wilmott was there with his camera to capture it all.

Click through the photo gallery for close-up shots of SRAM's not-yet-released CX1 drivetrain parts, interesting ways to route Shimano Di2 cabling, the particular tool-and-Nutella arrangements of a mechanic in the pits, and much, much more.

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