American Katie Compton just won her 14th national cyclocross championship. Currently fourth in the UCI rankings, Compton is also a four-time winner of the Pan Am Games. Here we take a look at one of her Trek Boone bikes, built up by her husband and professional ’cross mechanic Mark Legg.
Trek recently added the IsoSpeed decoupling system to the front and rear of the Boone Disc. The dual design first appeared on Trek’s Domane endurance road bike.
Anybody can use shrink wrap on their bike. But this shrink tubing belongs to one rider only Thomas McDaniel / Immediate Media
Compton’s bike features many custom touches — click through the gallery above to see them all — but the basic frameset is identical to what you can buy: a 600 Series OCLV carbon machine available on its own or as a complete bike.
Trek offers custom paintwork through itsRace Shop Limited program — but the Pan Am Games Champ paint scheme is Compton’s…
Legg glues a bit of sand to line the edge of the shifters for a bit more feel in bumpy terrain and extreme cold conditions Thomas McDaniel / Immediate Media
- Frame: Trek Boone Disc, ISO-Speed, 52cm (142×12)
- Fork: Trek IsoSpeed Cross Disc (100×12)
- Crankset: Shimano Dura-Ace 175mm
- Chainrings: Wickwerks 42/34
- Cassette: Shimano Dura-Ace 11-28
- Brakes: Shimano Dura-Ace flatmount
- Rotors: Shimano SM-RT81 (F) / SM-RT99 (R) 140mm
- Wheelset: Knight Composites 35 Disc Tubular
- Pedals: Shimano XTR Race
- Tubulars: Clement MXP 33mm
- Handlebar: Bontrager Core Pro
- Saddle: Bontrager Montrose Comp