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Trek Crockett Disc Di2 1x11

CX / Gravel Grinder / Allroad build

Frame:
Trek Crockett Disc "Pink frosting"

Fork/Headset:
Trek IsoSpeed Cross carbon disc

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Shimano Dura-Ace FC-7900

Pedals:
Shimano XT PD-M8000

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
Shimano SLX 11-42t / Wolftooth 42t

Derailleurs/Shifters:
Shimano XT Di2 / Shimano Alfine Di2

Handlebars/Stem:
Pro PLT Compact 44 cm / Pro Vibe 7s

Saddle/Seatpost:
Bontrager Paradigm RL / Pro PLT Di2

Brakes:
Shimano BR-CX77

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Bontrager Duster Elite / Maxxis Rambler EXO/TR 40-622

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Bontrager, tubeless ready / Maxxis Rambler EXO/TR 40-622

Added by JokkeA. Last updated over 1 year ago.

14 Comments

pwebb88

pwebb88 says:

Favorited, this thing is dope

Posted over 1 year ago

JokkeA

JokkeA says:

Thanks!

Posted over 1 year ago

vstkrc

vstkrc says:

Another question about the Di2: if you use road shifters with a mountain rear derailleur, is the derailleur indexed for mountain cassettes or road cassettes? Can you choose which indexing you want by using Shimano's e-Tube software?

Posted almost 2 years ago

JokkeA

JokkeA says:

With Di2-stuff the "cable pull ratio" depends on the rear derailleur, i.e. with an older RD-6770 rear derailleur I would need a 10 speed cassette . My shifter is in fact an Alfine Di2 one.

I think I could use an 11 speed road cassette, but I'm not 100% sure. I haven't thought about it because my wheels are only compatible with up to 10 speed road/11 speed mtb cassettes.

Posted almost 2 years ago

Bjorn13

Bjorn13 says:

Beautiful build! what brand is the handlebar tape? It really looks nice with the blue graphics on the frame.

Posted about 2 years ago

JokkeA

JokkeA says:

Handlebar tape is by Tec components (Cycleurope accessory brand, stores carrying Bianchi, Crescent, Gitane or Peugeot might have some). Colours aren't 1:1, but closest I could find.

Posted almost 2 years ago

edward91

edward91 says:

sweeeeeet

Posted over 2 years ago

JokkeA

JokkeA says:

Thanks! :)

Posted over 2 years ago

edward91

edward91 says:

those 40s fitting fine?

Posted over 2 years ago

JokkeA

JokkeA says:

Yup, with plenty of space.

Posted over 2 years ago

edward91

edward91 says:

also, how were you able to route Di2? From what I remember the chain stays are blocked off at the BB.

Posted over 2 years ago

JokkeA

JokkeA says:

Chain stays are open at least on my frame. There was a di2 version of the bike a few years ago.

Basically the di2 wire follows the route of a fd cable, inside the down tube, few cm's exposed under the bb and then back inside the frame. I drilled one of the holes made for a cable guide mounting screw under the bb large enough to pass the wire trough. Battery is inside the seatpost as is junction box b.

Posted over 2 years ago

vstkrc

vstkrc says:

Sweet! I see that you're using the road Di2 shifter with mountain Di2 derailleur combo. I just recently found out about this and probably will use it in my next build. How is the shifting on a big range cassette like that?

Posted over 2 years ago

JokkeA

JokkeA says:

Thanks! Shifting with the di2 system is simply superb.

Posted over 2 years ago