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Cross-crazy Kabush

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Kabush parks his tush

Kabush parks his tush (Image credit: Eric Wallace)
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Cockpit by Easton

Cockpit by Easton (Image credit: Eric Wallace)
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Avid Shorty 6 cantilever brakes

Avid Shorty 6 cantilever brakes (Image credit: Eric Wallace)
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Zipp 404 Pavé-Cross wheels

Zipp 404 Pavé-Cross wheels (Image credit: Eric Wallace)
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Truvativ's Rouleur carbon cranks

Truvativ's Rouleur carbon cranks (Image credit: Eric Wallace)
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Geoff Kabush's Maxxis-Giant CX Team.

Geoff Kabush's Maxxis-Giant CX Team. (Image credit: Eric Wallace/Maxxis-Giant CX Racing Team)
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Kabush parks his tush on SDG's I-beam seatpost and I-Fly saddle.

Kabush parks his tush on SDG's I-beam seatpost and I-Fly saddle. (Image credit: Eric Wallace/Maxxis-Giant CX Racing Team)
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Cockpit by Easton - EA70's 12cm stem and 44cm bars - with Cateye's Enduro computer neatly mounted in the middle.

Cockpit by Easton - EA70's 12cm stem and 44cm bars - with Cateye's Enduro computer neatly mounted in the middle. (Image credit: Eric Wallace/Maxxis-Giant CX Racing Team)
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Dura-Ace 9 speed levers and drop-style bars make this almost passable as a road bike - until one sees the cantilever brakes.

Dura-Ace 9 speed levers and drop-style bars make this almost passable as a road bike - until one sees the cantilever brakes. (Image credit: Eric Wallace/Maxxis-Giant CX Racing Team)
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72 degree seat angles make the Giant CX Team a comfy race machine.

72 degree seat angles make the Giant CX Team a comfy race machine. (Image credit: Eric Wallace/Maxxis-Giant CX Racing Team)
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Avid Shorty 6 cantilever brakes provide solid stopping power.

Avid Shorty 6 cantilever brakes provide solid stopping power. (Image credit: Eric Wallace/Maxxis-Giant CX Racing Team)
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Zipp 404 Pavé-Cross wheels are matched with Maxxis MiMo 700x35 tyres.

Zipp 404 Pavé-Cross wheels are matched with Maxxis MiMo 700x35 tyres. (Image credit: Eric Wallace/Maxxis-Giant CX Racing Team)
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The carbon fork uses an aluminium steerer tube for added strength.

The carbon fork uses an aluminium steerer tube for added strength. (Image credit: Eric Wallace/Maxxis-Giant CX Racing Team)
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Truvativ's Rouleur carbon cranks are a two-piece design, with Kabush running 175mm cranks and a 38/46 chainring combination.

Truvativ's Rouleur carbon cranks are a two-piece design, with Kabush running 175mm cranks and a 38/46 chainring combination. (Image credit: Eric Wallace/Maxxis-Giant CX Racing Team)
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Depending on course conditions, Kabush uses Maxxis Locust or MiMo tyres.

Depending on course conditions, Kabush uses Maxxis Locust or MiMo tyres. (Image credit: Eric Wallace/Maxxis-Giant CX Racing Team)
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Just in case Kabush breaks one...

Just in case Kabush breaks one... (Image credit: Eric Wallace/Maxxis-Giant CX Racing Team)

Reviewed December 4, 2004

Geoff Kabush's Maxxis-Giant TCX

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