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Custom Stars and Stripes machine for America's best

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Stars and Stripes for the nation's undisputed

Stars and Stripes for the nation's undisputed
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This front end is all business.

This front end is all business.
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The carbon rim on the Racing 38CX

The carbon rim on the Racing 38CX
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Hubs roll on hybrid ceramic cartridge bearings

Hubs roll on hybrid ceramic cartridge bearings
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The TRP CR950 cantilever brakes

The TRP CR950 cantilever brakes
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Campy's Chorus CT carbon crankset

Campy's Chorus CT carbon crankset
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Crank Brothers Egg Beater pedals

Crank Brothers Egg Beater pedals
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WTB's Silverado saddle

WTB's Silverado saddle
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Katie Compton continues to dominate women's cyclocross racing in the US aboard her custom Primus Mootry.

Katie Compton continues to dominate women's cyclocross racing in the US aboard her custom Primus Mootry. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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Framebuilder Primus Mootry is located in Longmont, CO, not far away from Compton's hometown of Colorado Springs.

Framebuilder Primus Mootry is located in Longmont, CO, not far away from Compton's hometown of Colorado Springs. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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The custom frame uses carbon fiber main tubes provided by Reynolds Cycling.

The custom frame uses carbon fiber main tubes provided by Reynolds Cycling. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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Aluminum ends are bonded to the carbon tubes and welded together.

Aluminum ends are bonded to the carbon tubes and welded together. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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The striking paint covers up much of the carbon but the stepped joint is the dead giveaway.

The striking paint covers up much of the carbon but the stepped joint is the dead giveaway. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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Stars and Stripes for the nation's undisputed best female cyclocross racer on the circuit today.

Stars and Stripes for the nation's undisputed best female cyclocross racer on the circuit today. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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This front end is all business.

This front end is all business. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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The aluminum rear end is stiff and responsive.

The aluminum rear end is stiff and responsive. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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Clean welds hold it all together.

Clean welds hold it all together. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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Compton runs the full carbon Ouzo Pro Cross fork from Reynolds Cycling.

Compton runs the full carbon Ouzo Pro Cross fork from Reynolds Cycling. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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Denver-based ROL Wheels provides Compton with its soon-to-be-released Racing 38CX carbon tubular wheelset.

Denver-based ROL Wheels provides Compton with its soon-to-be-released Racing 38CX carbon tubular wheelset. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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Primus Mootry and ROL Racing help keep Compton at the front.

Primus Mootry and ROL Racing help keep Compton at the front. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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The carbon rim on the Racing 38CX is manufactured by Edge Composites in Ogden, UT.

The carbon rim on the Racing 38CX is manufactured by Edge Composites in Ogden, UT. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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Hubs roll on hybrid ceramic cartridge bearings made by Enduro.

Hubs roll on hybrid ceramic cartridge bearings made by Enduro. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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The rear hub boasts a six-pawl driver, an aluminum freehub body, and four hybrid ceramic Enduro cartridge bearings.

The rear hub boasts a six-pawl driver, an aluminum freehub body, and four hybrid ceramic Enduro cartridge bearings. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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Challenge's world headquarters may be in Italy, but its US subsidiary is located just outside of Denver, in keeping with Compton's 'keep it local' philosophy.

Challenge's world headquarters may be in Italy, but its US subsidiary is located just outside of Denver, in keeping with Compton's 'keep it local' philosophy. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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Campagnolo doesn't officially endorse its components for 'cross use, so Compton buys the bits herself.

Campagnolo doesn't officially endorse its components for 'cross use, so Compton buys the bits herself. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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TRP carbon top-mount levers provide a lightweight alternative stopping option.

TRP carbon top-mount levers provide a lightweight alternative stopping option. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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The TRP CR950 cantilever brakes use all-carbon arms for light weight and rigid response.

The TRP CR950 cantilever brakes use all-carbon arms for light weight and rigid response. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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The relatively low profile of the TRP CR950 brakes goes against the current wide profile trend, but still provide plenty of stopping power and are less likely to clip her legs as she leaps over the barriers.

The relatively low profile of the TRP CR950 brakes goes against the current wide profile trend, but still provide plenty of stopping power and are less likely to clip her legs as she leaps over the barriers. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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Thomson's excellent X2 stem holds the front end together.

Thomson's excellent X2 stem holds the front end together. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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Compton's inspiring nomenclature for her stable of bikes.

Compton's inspiring nomenclature for her stable of bikes. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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Campy's Chorus CT carbon crankset helps put the power down…

Campy's Chorus CT carbon crankset helps put the power down… (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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…while the Record rear derailleur dutifully moves the chain from cog to cog.

…while the Record rear derailleur dutifully moves the chain from cog to cog. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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A tidily placed barrel adjuster offers fine tunability for the front derailleur.

A tidily placed barrel adjuster offers fine tunability for the front derailleur. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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A little bit of security goes a long way.

A little bit of security goes a long way. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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Crank Brothers Egg Beater pedals are ubiquitous on the 'cross circuit.

Crank Brothers Egg Beater pedals are ubiquitous on the 'cross circuit. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)
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WTB's Silverado saddle provides a lightweight and comfortable perch.

WTB's Silverado saddle provides a lightweight and comfortable perch. (Image credit: James Huang/Cyclingnews.com)

Pro bikes, November 13, 2007

Katie Compton's Spike Shooter Primus Mootry

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