2017 was a breakout season for Fort Collins' Whitney Allison. She went from being a super domestique, chasing breaks, hauling bottles and drilling lead-outs to finishing 8th at Time Trial Nationals, 8th in the Colorado Classic overall and 7th in Cascade Classic overall.  Although she's hasn't publicly announced who she'll be riding for in 2018 she does have a very strong prospect with an official announcement coming very soon.

We thought we'd take a look at her 2016 Bianchi Oltre before she has to send it back to the Bianchi service course. This particular XR1 was her 2016 race bike, now used for training. Her race bike was the same model, only a year newer. 



The Build

Frame: 53cm 2016 Bianchi, Oltre XR1

Fork: Bianchi

Rear shock:

Front derailleur: 2016 Shimano Ultegra Di2

Rear derailleur: 2016 Shimano Ultegra Di2

Brake levers: Shimano Ultegra Di2

Brakes: 2016 Shimano Ultegra

Shifters: 2016 Shimano Ultegra Di2

Cassette: 2016 Shimano Ultegra

Cassette gearing: 11 speed 11-28

Bottom Bracket: 2016 Shimano Ultegra

Pedals: Shimano Ultegra

Chain: Shimano

Front Rim: Shimano (Race wheels are Dura Ace)

Front Tire: Vittoria Rubino Pro 25c

Rear Rim: Shimano (Race wheels are Dura Ace)

Rear Tire: Vittoria Rubino Pro 25c

Saddle: Women’s Selle Italia SLR

Stem: 3T 100m

Bars: 3T 42’

Seatpost: Bianchi proprietary seatpost

Computer: Garmin 510 (I’m old school!)

Computer mount: Barfly

Since many of you are getting ready for Zack Allison's Bite the Bullet Gran Fondo this weekend, I thought we should take a look at a bike you definitely won't want to ride the BTB on, Zack's 2017 Argon 18 Nitrogen.  The small Argon 18 with Enve wheels, bar and stem and Sram drive-train comes in at just over 15lbs. 



Full Build Specs

Frame: Small 2017 Argon 18 Nitrogen, 15 ish lbs

Fork: Argon

Front derailleur: Force 22

Rear derailleur: Force 22

Brake levers: Force 22

Brakes: TRP Aargon integrated

Shifters: Sram Force 22

Cassette: Sram 11speed

Cassette gearing: 11-25t 11stpeed

Bottom Bracket: Sram pressfit

Cranks: 172.5 Sram SRM

Chainrings: 53t Sram TT outer, Rotor 39t oval inner

Power Meter: SRM

Pedals: Speedplay zero Ti

Chain: Sram 11speed

Front Hub: DT 240

Front Rim: Enve SES 4.5

Front Tire: Maxxis Relix

Rear Hub: DT 240

Rear Rim: Enve SES smart system 4.5

Rear Tire: Maxxis Relix

Saddle: Prologo Zero C3 CPC Nack PAC

Stem: Evnve 120

Bars: Enve SES Aero Road 38cm top 42cm drop width

Seatpost: Argon

Computer: Garmin 520

Today we take a look at Rodrigo Gil Moreno DeMora's Scott Spark Premium 900.  This race rig is decked out in electronic XTR and carbon, top to bottom (except the hoops, don't get him started on that). Funny story, Rodrigo who was very anti 29er for anyone under 6', ordered the 27.5 Spark but received a 29r.  He decided to keep it and he's glad he did. You'll see by the '27.5' labeled 29r tires that he has reluctantly fallen deeply in love with his new tire size of choice.  We photographed his Spark at his beloved New Belgium short-track course,  a course where he's probably had more starts than anyone in the local scene.  Look for Rodrigo to be going for the hole shot every Tuesday in May and Oct. 

Rodrigo put a lot of work into the routing and setup of his Di2 XTR, read about it below. 

Shifting Info: The SC-M9050 XTR digital display allows the customization of the FD and RD. Once I calculated the my adequate cadence for my riding style, I set up the Synchronized shifting mode to control the front and rear derailleur with the R shifter controller only. I customized the FD to shift to the small chainring (24 tooth) when the RD reaches the 40T cog and I need more shifting. The FD shifts to the 24 T chainring and sequentially the RD shifts one gear down to the 35 T cog. This is call the compensation shift so the cadence don’t suffer a large increase/decrease in resistance due to the jump/decrease in gearing and avoid cross-chaining. On the decnet, as i shift from the 40 T cog down, when I reach the 4th gear (27 T cog) the Synchro mode shifts the FR to the 36 T chainring and compensates by shifting the RD up 2 cogs to the 32 T cog, keeping amore constant cadence and smoother transition from the 24 to the 34 T chainring. This way I avoid the sudden increase in gear resistance in my effort due to the gearing ratio. Clever little system.

Wire routing info: R shifter cable (100mm) is connected with the XTR digital display. From the display, a Di2 cable (1600mm) cable is routed thru the rear suspension control cable hole on the frame for internal routing of the Di2 system. Once I routed the cable down the down tube to the bottom bracket, I connected the cable to the internal B-Junction wire box. There, the connections for the cable from the display, internal battery cable on the seat post, and both cables to the derailleurs are made. The cables for the derailleurs exit the BB via the mechanical cable guide to the appropriate derailleurs. Finding a path for the internal routing of the Di2 cables and internal battery, took some thinking and taking the bike a part but the look of the internal routing is much more clean and functional. With this routing system, I was able to avoid any drilling of the frame. Making holes on a carbon frame did not make me feel comfortable.


Full Build

Frame: Scott Spark Premium 900. 29 inch. Carbon IMP Technology, HMX
Fork: FOX 32 Float Factory Air, Kashima, SCOTT TwinLoc Remote
Rear shock: FOX Nude, 100mm Travel
Front derailleur: Shimano XTR Di2 M9070 Double E-type direct mount
Rear derailleur: Shimano XTR Di2 M9050 Shadow RD+ 11
Brake levers: Shimano XTR 9000 Hydro
Brakes: Shimano XTR 9000 Hydro Disc 180 mm front rotor, Disc 160 mm rear rotor
Shifters: XTR M9050 Di2 Programmable 2x11 (set up completer so only one shifter needed to control FD and RD with the R shifter)
Cassette: XTR HG Cassette 11 speed
Cassette gearing: 11-40
Bottom Bracket: Shimano SM-BB94-41A / Shell 41x89.5mm
Cranks: Shimano XTR FC-M9020-2, QF 168mm,
Chainrings: 34-24
Power Meter: Nahhhhh- Heart rate daby.
Pedals: XTR M900 Race SPD
Chain: HG 901 HG-X SIL-TEC 11 speed
Front Hub: DT Swiss 15x110 mm
Front Rim: Syncros XR1.5
Front Tire: Schwalbe Rocket Ron 2.25
Rear Hub: DT Swiss 148x 12 mm
Rear Rim: Syncros XR1.5
Rear Tire: Schwalbe Racing Ralph 2.25
Saddle: Syncros XR1.5 Orange/Black
Stem: Syncros FL1.0
Bars: Syncros FL1.0 Carbon with Syncros Pro Lock-On integrated.
Seatpost: Syncros FL1.0 Carbon, 31.6mm
Computer: Garmin Edge 520
Computer mount: Garmin


Last week I had the opportunity to photograph the bikes of Zack and Whitney Allison, the fastest couple on the road in Fort Collins. Both are professional road cyclists and are very active in the local scene.  Zack just joined with Team Clif Bar Cycling after several years with Elevate program and Whit will be racing with Team Colavita for her 5th season. First we're going to check out Whitney's 2016 Bianchi Aquila CV time trial bike.  We'll look at both their road bikes in the coming weeks. 

Make no mistake, the Aquila CV is a purpose built race bike.  MSRP on a similar build is $13,449.99.


Full Build Specs

Frame: Small, 2016, Bianchi Aquila CV
Front derailleur: Shimano Di2 Dura Ace
Rear derailleur: Shimano Di2 Dura Ace
Brake levers: Shimano Dura Ace
Brakes: Fouriers Propel Aero V-Brake
Shifters: Shimano Di2 Dura Ace
Cassette: Shimano Dura Ace
Cassette gearing: 11-25
Cranks: Shimano Ultegra with Stages
Chainrings: 53x39
Power Meter: Stages
Pedals: Shimano 105
Chain: Shimano
Front Rim: Fulcrum Red Wind 80mm
Front Tire: Vittoria Diamante Pro
Rear Rim: Fulcrum Red Wind 80mm (We have Shimano Discs for racing)
Rear Tire: Vittoria Diamante Pro
Stem: (brand, length): Integrated
Bars: Vision, proprietary
Seatpost: Vision- proprietary
Computer: Garmin 510 (I’m old school!)
Computer mount: Barfly

CFD design and wind tunnel development. NACA (National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics) aerodynamic profiles. Monocoque carbon frame. High-modulus carbon frame with innovative Countervail® carbon material to cancel vibrations. Full carbon fork. Dedicated geometry with 76.5° seat tube angle and 72° head tube angle. Adjustable rear dropouts minimize the distance between rear wheel and seat tube to reduce turbulence.. Dual cable routing for mechanical and electronic groupsets. Internal cable routing. Integrated aerodynamic bars and stem. Concealed front brake. Minimized rear brake set-up located at the bottom-bracket area. Weight: 1,30 Kg. Sizes: XS – S – M – L.

This week we take a look at Amanda Miller's 48 cm (XS) 2016 Focus Mares.  By the way the wind kept trying to blow it into Dixon Reservoir while I was shooting, I'd guess it comes in at the high 15 to low 16 pound range. Miller has 4 nearly identical cx bikes to race and train on, this one gets raced locally and in Europe. She's piloted the Mares to several impressive results thus far;  a 4th place at the Cross Vegas WC and 5th place at the Valkenburg World Cup, but she has bigger plans, according to the most recent Warren Cycling Podcast, she's racing for a podium at a World Cup, a podium at Nationals and a top ten at Worlds. Be sure to listen to the full interview embedded below, Amanda's career will be taking some interesting turns in 2017.

The rest of Millers season includes the final C1 weekend in the USA in Broken Arrow, OK this weekend, then back to Europe for the next 2 World Cups, then Nationals, then Worlds.

Miller's bikes are built with Zipp wheels, bar, stem and post, Clement tires and Sram components. She races professionally for the Boulder Cycle Sport/YogaGlo Cyclocross Team. See the full review below

Warren Cycling Podcast Episode 45

Nov 29, 2016
In Episode 45 Randy and Dean Warren interview Amanda Miller of Boulder Cyclo Sport. Miller is one of the top female cycle-cross racers and discusses her season. She also tells about her path to becoming a cyclist, and her time as a road racer. Amanda talks training, and the difficulty of the great distances to travel to races in the U.S. and overseas. She has some great goals for the rest of the season and will soon be racing World Cup races, then Nationals and Worlds. The Warren brothers continue the discussion on cycle-cross, then talk a little about what is happening in road cycling news. Dean and Randy talk a little training ride etiquette as well.

Read more at http://warrencyclingpodcast.libsyn.com/warren-cycling-podcast-episode-45#PTYDVY5eGgBOJjFc.99


The Build

Frame: 2016 Focus Mares

Fork: VIP FCBFF-11-L

Front derailleur: N/A

Rear derailleur: SRAM Force 1

Brake levers: SRAM Force HRD

Brakes: SRAM Force HRD (hydraulic) 140 rotors

Shifters: SRAM Force 1

Cassette: SRAM

Cassette gearing: 11-32 11-speed

Bottom Bracket: SRAM

Cranks: SRAM Force 170mm

Chainrings: SRAM Force 1 X-Sync. Single front chainring (normally a 38t, but sometimes a 40t)

Power Meter: Quarq

Pedals: Crank Brothers Candy 7

Chain: SRAM PC-1170

Front Hub: Zipp 77D (training)

Front Rim: Zipp 30 Course Disc Clincher (training); Zipp 303 Firecrest Tubular (racing)

Front Tire: My training bike is set-up with Clement MXP Tubeless, but I race on tubulars and the model of Clement tires depends on the course.

Rear Hub: Zipp 77D

Rear Rim: Zipp 30 Course Disc Clincher (training); Zipp 303 Firecrest Tubular (racing)

Rear Tire: My training bike is set-up with Clement MXP Tubeless, but I race on tubulars and the model of Clement tires depends on the course.

Saddle: Prologo Kappa Evo Pas

Stem: Zipp Service Course SL 90mm

Bars: Zipp Service Course 40cm

Seatpost: Zipp SL

Computer: Garmin Edge 510

Computer mount: Garmin



      Today we're looking at Matt Skrdla's brand spankin' new Giant Trinity Advanced Pro time trial bike.  ProVelo, Matt's shop of choice, just picked up Giant Bicycles and Matt was first in line to order the Trinity. His first time trial bike arrived just in time for the Steamboat Primer Time Trial which he handily won after only 3 rides on his new rig.   Matt has done well in road and crit stages in stage races but has struggled in the GC without a dedicated time trial bike.  I think we're going to see a dramatic improvement in overall stage race results now.  There's also talk of taking a crack at TT Nats next year. 


      The Build: 

      Frame: 2016 Giant Trinity Advanced Pro (Small)

      Fork: AeroDrive TT Advanced-grade composite fork with alloy/composite hybrid steerer

      Front derailleur: SRAM Red eTap Electric

      Rear derailleur: SRAM Red eTap Electric

      Brake levers: Giant Trinity

      Brakes: Giant SpeedControl SL

      Shifters: SRAM Red eTap Electric Aero Kit

      Cassette: Dura Ace 11x25

      Bottom Bracket: Sram BB86

      Cranks: Quarq Elsa RS

      Chainrings: DA (54/46)

      Power Meter: Quarq Elsa RS

      Pedals: Dura Ace

      Chain: DA

      Front Hub: Zipp

      Front Rim: Zipp 404 clincher

      Front Tire: Continental Grand Prix 4000s (23mm)

      Rear Hub: Zipp

      Rear Rim: Zipp Super 9 Disc clincher

      Rear Tire: Continental Grand Prix 4000s (23)

      Saddle: Undecided

      Stem: AeroDrive TT stem

      Bars: Trinity TT composite handlebar with composite extensions

      Seatpost: Giant Trinity Composite

      Computer: Garmin 500

      Computer mount: Sram

      Extras:AeroVault downtube water bottle


          Today we're looking at Taylor Warren's 2016 Cannondale CAAD12, yeah, it's aluminum! Gasp! This frame comes in at a mere 1,098g and an Ultegra build will cost about $2200.00. A similarly built Supersix (carbon) will cost you $2500.00.  Taylor's bike has tubeless wheels, upgraded, powermeter crank, saddle bars and stem. Nothing super fancy but it seems to work pretty well for him.  You can tell from the photos that Taylor believes his bike is a tool, not a jewel and rides it hard.  It's covered in scratches, scuffs and dents. 

          Photos by Dean Warren.

          The build:

          Frame: 56, 2016, Cannodale CAAD12, 1098g

          Fork: Cannondale Ultra carbon 

          Front derailleur: Shimano Ultegra 2x

          Rear derailleur: Shimano Ultegra

          Brake levers: Shimano Ultegra

          Brakes: Shimano Ultegra

          Shifters: Shimano Ultegra

          Cassette: Shimano

          Cassette gearing: 11x28

          Bottom Bracket: Shimano Ultegra Pressfit BB30a 

          Cranks: SRAM Quarq Cin

          Chainrings: FSA Pro 53x39

          Power Meter: Quarq Elsa R

          Pedals: Shimano Ultegra

          Chain: Shimano Ultegra

          Front Hub: American Classic

          Front Rim: American Classic

          Front Tire: IRC RBC Road Tubeless 25mm

          Rear Hub: American Classic

          Rear Rim: American Classic

          Rear Tire: IRC RBC Road Tubeless 25mm

          Saddle: Specialized Romin 143mm

          Stem: Zipp, 120mm

          Bars: Easton, 40cm

          Seatpost: Cannondale Ultra Carbon

          Computer: Garmin 510



              salsa300jpgOn Sunday, Ben Miller will start the 550 mile Colorado Trail Race, leaving Denver and arriving in Durango nearly a week later. Ben will be riding 19 hrs a day, sleeping on the trail and refueling at restaurants and gas stations along the way. He's been working since November to compile lightweight equipment, custom bags and a bike designed for adventure racing. He's been logging 8hr rides, and even put his vegetarianism on hold so he can consume the necessary amount of calories while out on the trail. Everything pictured in the following essay was selected after extensive research.

              Not only does Ben have to focus on his race but he's conducting, in his words, "a case study on what the energetic and physical demands of a multi-day event at high altitude does to muscle and muscle mitochondria structure and function. Blood and muscle biopsies will be taken before and after the event as well as during a period of “normal” training at a later date for comparison". Did I mention that Ben is a Director of the Translational Research on Aging and Chronic Disease Laboratory at CSU?


              More information on the CTR, who from NoCo is racing and how to follow them can be found here: http://goo.gl/VJ5zdg

              Without further ado, I give you Ben's 2015 Salsa Spearfish, size large in Tequila Lime and all his gear. 

              The Build: 

              Frame: 2015 Salsa Spearfish
              Fork: RockShox SID 100mm
              Rear shock: RockShox Monarch RT3
              Front derailleur: Sram X7
              Rear derailleur: Sram X9
              Brake levers: Sram Guide R
              Brakes: Sram Guide R 160mm rotors
              Shifters: Sram X7 10 speed
              Cassette: Sram 1050
              Cassette gearing: 11/36
              Bottom Bracket: Sram
              Cranks: Sram S1000
              Chainrings: 22/34
              Power Meter: NA
              Pedals: Crankbrothers Candy
              Chain: KMC X10
              Front Hub: Sram Roam 30
              Front Rim: Sram Roam 30
              Front Tire: Maxxis Ardent
              Rear Hub: Sram Roam 30
              Rear Rim: Sram Roam 30
              Rear Tire: Maxxis Ardent
              Saddle: WTB Silverado Comp
              Stem: Salsa Guide
              Bars: Salsa Salt Flat 2
              Seatpost: Truvativ Stylo T20
              Computer: Garmin eTrex Touch 25
              Pump: Cannondale with electrical tape and gorilla tape wrapped


              Inside the Bags

              Joe Tonsager of J.Paks custom produced each of the 5 bags that Ben will use during the race. He has a bolt on frame pack, a seat pack, a top tube bag and a two part handlebar role. Joe traced Ben's 2015 Salsa Spearfish frame to ensure the frame bag fit perfectly. 


              Depending on your screen size captioning space under the photos is limited so here is the full breakdown of what Ben will be taking.


              Top Tube Bag: Topeak ratchet tool, CO2 cartridge (x2), CO2 holder, chapstick, Leatherman Style multi tool, spare bolts (cleat, chainring, misc), charger (holds 2 phone charges).

              Frame Bag: 2 L bladder with extension and magnet, electrolytes, spare tube (road to save space and weight), Donkey Label chamois cream, Rock and Roll chain lube, $200 cash, trail map.

              Seatbag: Montbell lightweight down jacket, long underwear and top (Craft), lightweight fleece (Melanzana), spare shoe bag for extra food, inflatable pillow, shock pump, legwarmers, Sealskinz waterproof gloves, Donkey Label long sleeve merino wool jersey, Donkey Label wool socks, buff, Donkey Label bib shorts, spare tube (road), spare parts (shifter cable, derailleur hanger, zip ties, chain breaker, chain quick links (x2), upholstery needle, floss, patch kit, tire boot), first aid kit..

              Handlebar Bag: Showers pass pants and jacket, REI minimalist bivvy, thermarest neo-air xlight pad, Enlightened Equipment 40 deg sleeping bag and hood.

              Smaller Handlebar Bag: Squeeze water filter, wet ones, meds, sunscreen/toothbrush/saddle care, toilet paper, Black Diamond Spot 200 lumen headlamp, Fenix Flashlight with mount.

              Wearing: First City Cycling Team team issue baggies, Mavic arm warmers, FCCT cap, Donkey label merino wool jersey/bibs/socks/undershirt/lightweight vest, Mavic shoes, Rudy Project Helmet.


              The following companies assisted Ben in various ways as he selected his gear; JPak bags (http://www.jpaks.com), Donkey Label (https://donkeylabel.com), ProVelo bikes (http://www.provelobikes.com), and all the FCCT team sponsors.


                  Jim Dickerson's 2105 Boardman Air TTE is a combination of state of the art technology and tried and true tt equipment. Time saving features where it counts, dollar saving features where it doesn't. The aero frame with integrated cockpit, seat post, brakes, fork and hidden cables save seconds yet the the Ultegra cranks and Dura Ace 10 speed shifters and derailleurs save hundreds of dollars yet realistically dont affect performance. 

                  Interestingly, at 5'10" Dickerson rides a small Boardman, "The Boardman has 51 cm top with  a tallish headtube and steeper seat tube… So I have seat all the way back adding to top tube length and I didn’t want the front end up another 2 cm by going with a medium… In the end I am a MUCH better fit on the small that I would have been on a medium."

                  Have a look at his full build below.  He'll be racing States in August and is taking a crack at the 40k record in Moriarty NM New Mexico in Sept. 


                      Frame: 2015 Boardman Air TTE, small
                      Fork: Boardman
                      Front derailleur: Dura-Ace 10spd
                      Rear derailleur: Dura-Ace 10spd w/Hawk Racing pulley wheels
                      Brake levers: 3T
                      Brakes: TRP
                      Shifters: Dura-Ace non-indexed
                      Cassette: Dura-Ace 10spd
                      Cassette gearing: 10spd 11-23
                      Bottom Bracket: Hawk Racing
                      Cranks: Ultegra 175
                      Chainrings: FSA aero 54-42
                      Pedals: Speedplay X-1
                      Chain: Dura-Ace w/speed wax treatment
                      Front Hub: HED w/View Speed aero skewer
                      Front Rim: HED TriSpoke
                      Front Tire: Veloflex Record tubular
                      Rear Hub: ZIPP w/View Speed aero skewer
                      Rear Rim: ZIPP 950 disk
                      Rear Tire: Vittoria Record Chrono
                      Saddle: Fizik chrono (old style)
                      Stem: Boardman integrated
                      Bars: Boardman
                      Seatpost: Boardmam
                      Computer: Garmin 500 with computer mount aided by Ace Hardware

                      Today we're going to take a spin on my 52cm Veloforma Team CCX. 

                      This is a fantastic bike but the coolest thing about Veloforma is that it is now based here in Fort Collins. Mark Duff moved the company here from Portland a few years ago. Don't be fooled by his somewhat dated website, Veloformas are state of the art. Mark has been so busy getting the brand up and running in Fort Collins and adding custom carbon to his lineup that he hasn't had much time to fiddle with the internet.  Veloforma isn't just another company importing frames from China.  His designs and molds have been used by dozens of major manufacturers and one grand tour racer even rode a blacked out Veloforma TT rig to a Tour de France podium.  


                          Frame: 52cm Veloforma Team CCX setup Single Speed
                          Fork: Veloforma Team CCX
                          Bars: 42cm 3T Ergonova
                          Stem: 110mm 3T ARX II Team
                          Saddle: Ergon SRX3 Pro-medium
                          Seat post: 3T Ionic-carbon
                          Rims:Carbon Cycles 25mm width and 40mm depth
                          Hubs: Novatec
                          Tires:Clement PDX 33mm
                          Brake Levers: Sram Rival
                          Brakes: SRam Rival hydraulic. 160mm rotors
                          Front Derailleur: NA
                          Rear Derailleur: NA
                          Cassette: Rennen 17 tooth cog
                          Cranks: Sram Force 172.5
                          Chainring: Sram CX1 Narrow wide 42 tooth
                          Pedals: Crankbrothers Eggbeater 3s
                          Computer: Garmin Edge 510

                          This week we checkout Suzie Livingston's 2015 Specialized Crux.  Suzie is a consistent top ten finisher in the Senior Women's Open category racing for the Fort Follies.   She had an especially impressive 3rd place result at Cross of the North #3. She's also been known to mix it up with the guys in the Single Speed races. When Suzie isn't riding, she's convincing others that they should be as the manager at Lee's North. 


                              The Build

                              Frame: 52cm, 2015, Specialized Crux Alloy Disc

                              Fork: Specialized FACT carbon

                              Front derailleur: (brand, number of rings) N/A, single

                              Rear derailleur: SRAM XO

                              Brake levers: SRAM Force

                              Brakes: TRP HY/RDs, cable actuated hydro

                              Shifters: SRAM Force

                              Cassette: (brand) SRAM

                              Cassette gearing: 10 speed, 11-32

                              Bottom Bracket: Enduro bearings, BB30

                              Cranks: SRAM Force 170mm

                              Chainrings: Race Face narrow wide 38

                              Power Meter: nope

                              Pedals: Shimano XT

                              Chain: KMC

                              Front Hub: Stan’s 3.30

                              Front Rim: Stan’s NoTubes ZTR Iron Cross team

                              Front Tire: Clement MXP 33mm

                              Rear Hub: Stan’s 3.30

                              Rear Rim: Stan’s NoTubes ZTR Iron Cross team

                              Rear Tire: Clement MXP 33mm

                              Saddle: Bontrager Ajna Elite

                              Stem: Specialized 90mm

                              Bars: FSA 440mm

                              Seatpost: FSA SL-K zero offset

                              Computer: Garmin 510

                              Computer mount: the dinky one that comes with a Garmin