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Campy's reliable Chorus rear derailleur

Campy's reliable Chorus rear derailleur
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The rear wishbone incorporates a burly-looking

The rear wishbone incorporates a burly-looking
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The front end features an integrated headset.

The front end features an integrated headset.
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Page runs a standard Chorus crankset

Page runs a standard Chorus crankset
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Ridley's in-house component arm

Ridley's in-house component arm
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The unique Cole Products hub

The unique Cole Products hub
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Oval Concepts supplies its unique stem…

Oval Concepts supplies its unique stem…
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Team Fidea will use the all-new X-Night for this year's UCI 'cross series.

Team Fidea will use the all-new X-Night for this year's UCI 'cross series. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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The X-Night is the top-of-the-line offering from Ridley.

The X-Night is the top-of-the-line offering from Ridley. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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The carbon monocoque frame features Ridley's distinctive 'Sharp Edge' design.

The carbon monocoque frame features Ridley's distinctive 'Sharp Edge' design. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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Plenty of carbon fiber here helps keep Page moving forward.

Plenty of carbon fiber here helps keep Page moving forward. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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The rear wishbone incorporates a burly-looking brake housing stop.

The rear wishbone incorporates a burly-looking brake housing stop. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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The front end features an integrated headset.

The front end features an integrated headset. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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Campagnolo Chorus Ergopower controls the braking and shifting.

Campagnolo Chorus Ergopower controls the braking and shifting. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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Page runs a standard Chorus crankset instead of a compact one, but subs the standard outer ring for a 48T made by TA Specialities.

Page runs a standard Chorus crankset instead of a compact one, but subs the standard outer ring for a 48T made by TA Specialities. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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The Chorus front derailleur cable wraps around a pulley at the bottom bracket.

The Chorus front derailleur cable wraps around a pulley at the bottom bracket. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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Campy's reliable Chorus rear derailleur keeps things shifting smoothly out back.

Campy's reliable Chorus rear derailleur keeps things shifting smoothly out back. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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Oval Concepts supplies its unique stem…

Oval Concepts supplies its unique stem… (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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…which uses reverse bolts for what it says is a stiffer and more reliable setup.

…which uses reverse bolts for what it says is a stiffer and more reliable setup. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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The FSA cross-specific headset features a built-in housing stop.

The FSA cross-specific headset features a built-in housing stop. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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The unique Cole Products hub uses rotating aluminum barrels to supposedly offer better spoke alignment.

The unique Cole Products hub uses rotating aluminum barrels to supposedly offer better spoke alignment. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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Dugast tubulars are a highly sought-after item on the 'cross circuit.

Dugast tubulars are a highly sought-after item on the 'cross circuit. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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The high-profile 4ZA brake arms are lightweight and deliver plenty of mud clearance.

The high-profile 4ZA brake arms are lightweight and deliver plenty of mud clearance. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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Ridley's in-house component arm also supplies Page's saddle.

Ridley's in-house component arm also supplies Page's saddle. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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Page uses the tried-and-true Shimano PD-M959 SPD clipless pedals.

Page uses the tried-and-true Shimano PD-M959 SPD clipless pedals. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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Page's achievements have finally netted him a proper contract with the new Sunweb-Projob team.

Page's achievements have finally netted him a proper contract with the new Sunweb-Projob team. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)

Pro bikes, November 8, 2007

Jonathan Page's Sunweb-Projob Ridley X-Night

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