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New Crockett delivers even more versatility and value

New Crockett delivers even more versatility and value

Race cyclocross on Saturday, ride gravel on Sunday, commute on Monday

[Waterloo, WI] – Trek have released a pair of new Crockett models today that bring even more value, versatility and performance to the popular line of aluminium cyclocross bikes.

The all-new Crockett 5 carry’s forward the race performance that made Crockett the wallet-friendly ‘cross bike of choice for beginners and experienced racers alike, and now feature updates that improve the riding experience for anyone who throws a leg over the frame – or throws the frame over their shoulder.

Crockett is first and foremost a race bike,’ said Trek’s Director of Product for Road Bikes, Jordan Roessingh. “But the great thing about it is its versatility. You can commute on this bike on Friday, race it on Saturday and ride it on gravel on Sunday. Plus, it won’t break the bank and it has the incredible good looks of a far more expensive carbon bike.

Those good looks are thanks in part to Trek’s Invisible Weld Technology, a joining process that cuts back on weight and delivers carbon-like lines to Crockett’s 300 Series Alpha Aluminium frame. A painted 56cm Crockett frame weighs 1325 grams.

The new Crockett models have the same proven Cross Race geometry found on Trek’s OCLV Carbon Boone and older Crockett models. This geometry was developed in partnership with Katie Compton and is ridden by the Telenet Fidea CX team.

The frame accepts a 38c tyre, with Trek’s recommended 4mm of clearance between the frame and tyre.

Crockett 5 ($2,799.99 MSRP) now features flat-mount hydraulic disc brakes (an upgrade over last year’s model) and a SRAM Rival 1×11 drivetrain. It also has Bontrager Affinity TLR wheels with 21mm inner rim width for great traction and tire support, front and rear thru-axles, a full OCLV Carbon cyclocross fork, Control Freak internal cable routing and a threaded T47 bottom bracket.

The T47 bottom bracket system uses 47x1mm treading and an 86mm shell width. This allows for a wide bottom bracket stance for strength, stability and efficiency – all while making service easier. Nearly all common cranks are compatible with this system, and T47 bottom brackets are available from many third-party manufacturers.

The all-new Crockett 5 is available immediately on and through Trek’s global network of retailers.

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