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Gage Hecht's Moots Pscyhlo-X. 2016 Cyclocross Nationals & Worlds bikes. © Cyclocross Magazine
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Worlds Bike: Gage Hecht’s Junior Men’s National Championship Winning and World Championship Moots Psychlo-X RSL

Hecht and his Alpha Bicycle Co-Vista Subaru squad ride titanium offerings from Moots in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. We profiled Hecht’s teammate Katie Clouse’s Moots Psychlo-X earlier and here we’re taking a look at Hecht’s Psychlo-X RSL.

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Harris took her title aboard the Specialized S-Works Crux. 2016 British National Championships. © Ted Sarmiento
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Pro Bike: Nikki Harris’ Nationals-Winning Specialized S-Works Crux

While we’ve been bringing you bikes from the 2016 USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championships, we’re also showing you some of the bikes you’ll see at the World Championships this coming weekend. Today we’re looking at British National Champion Nikki Harris’ Specialized S-Works Crux Disc.

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Haydn Hludzinski's championship-winning Kinesis 29er with White Brothers Rock Solid carbon rigid fork. 2016 Cyclocross National Championships. © R. Riott/Cyclocross Magazine
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Nats Bike: Haydn Hludzinski’s Junior Women’s 9-10 Championship-Winning Kinesis

In the same vein as Marshall Gordon’s title-winning, rule-busting bike, Haydn Hludzinski’s championship-winning ride was not exactly compliant with USA Cycling’s equipment rules. But officials mostly looked the other way when it came to those racers vying for the youngest National Championship titles.

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