Cam McCaul's Prototype Trek Slopestyle Bike

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<b>Ladies and Gentlemen, Cam McCaul is proud to introduce you to his brand new Prototype Trek Slopestyle bike!</b>
<b>...and what other rider is going to provide their own background beats?</b>
<b>After 8 years of development with Trek, the frame has been refined and perfected for slaughtering the competition at the biggest slopestyle events on the planet.</b>
<b>The geometry is similar to a Trek Ticket hardtail. About a 15-inch seat tube, 22.25-inch top tube and 15.75-inch chainstays.</b>
<b>Full Shimano Saint drivetrain and brakes. 170mm cranks, ethirteen guide, Shimano DX flat pedals...ready for business.</b>
<b>Shimano Saint shifting with a custom 6-speed drivetrain.</b>
<b>Over the years, Cam realized he never used his 3 lowest gears, so out they went, saving precious weight.</b>
<b>The boys at the Trek Race Shop machined this shifter mounting plate to work with the Saint shifter and water bottle cage bolts. TRICK!</b>
<b>Cam has been working on an internal anti-spin system for his cranks for a few years now and this is how the mod starts...</b>
<b>Looks scary, doesn't it? Don't worry, his anti-spin mechanism ends up nice and clean.</b>
<b>The finished product, all nice, clean and quiet.</b>
<b>Cam's picky about his bars. Bontrager bars with 50mm rise are a for his riding position.</b>
<b>29-inch bar width, 9-degree back sweep and 5-degree up sweep.</b>
<b>Two wheels, two brakes...makes sense to us. Shimano Saint stoppers.</b>
<b>Keeping the brake cables organized is done with the help of a Straitline hydraulic detangler. Cam has the 2nd prototype.</b>
<b>Cam's Straitline hydraulic detangler uses a cup made by Cane Creek that acts as a headset bearing race, but features tabs to position the detangler.</b>
<b>Cam rides a full suspension, so he wants his suspension to work. Fox 831 up front and custom-tuned Fox Float out back.</b>
<b>The linkage and shock tune on Cam's prototype Trek is progressive to ease those big hits.</b>
<b>Bontrager XR1 Team Issue tires, not made for slopestyle, but perfect for slopestyle. 2.4 front, 2.25 rear.</b>
<b>Cam needed a little color in his life this year and Trek was happy to oblige.</b>
<b>No better way to end...shredding the bike, shredding the drums! THANKS CAM!</b>
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Cam rocks the tunes and rocks the bike. Check out his new prototype Trek Slopestyle bike with some pretty slick mods to keep things clean and tight.
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