Trek Boone RSL – cyclocross superbike build

A detailed view of my new CX bike.

https://www.strava.com/athletes/10116394
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Comments

SmiTTTen says:

What is your opinion on the best Trek Boone complete bike? Also, any thoughts on how the Boone would hold up on a longer distance gravel ride/race? – Just added you on Strava (DB) :)

Diego Spinazzi says:

Awesome looking bike as usual! 😉

J B says:

Lovely bike, great video, thanks. I know you addressed this but I would still suggest you try FMB or Dugast Tubulars. Nothing else comes close.

Mike Kallen says:

Have last year’s model in green/black …..tell us if you like the front isocoupler…curious makes a difference in the rear…smooths out the bumps….like it di2 for me …hed wheels and cx3 tires

J S says:

Great Video, love the bike. Did you consider using Sram etap hrd in a 1x configuration?

Frederik Bonde says:

What wheels will you choose?

Rainer Schenk says:

You did not mention weight of the frame and fork?

J B says:

I have also sealed some of the holes to keep dirt and water out. But in case water still gets in (e.g. after jet washing), you may want to remove the seat post and turn the bike upside down. If nothing comes out then fine – if it does then better out than in

Ray Pugh says:

You wont see any pros with a garmin mount, they use normal wrist units as they change bikes. What is the wheel clearance like as that is crucial on muddy tracks, especially if only using one bike.

Carlos Huezo says:

Go with zipp wheelset bro nice one

Laurent Patriarche says:

I hope you still have a hole in the BB shell, otherwise, water will collect there. I made that mistake with my previous Canyon, and after 1 month, the wholl BB was filled with water!! Bike looks really good :-)

Peeling Pedaler says:

Your videos are already fantastic, but you should get a gimbal to make them even more so.

Incaensio says:

Maybe just cut out the small hole in the protective tape on the BB. Water needs to get out and air needs to get in somewhere down there. That way you won’t have to fuss with the seat mast all the time.

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