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Even Evensen is 68-years old and is 5 foot 11 and weighs 165 pounds and his 2008 Specialized Roubaix road bike is a 58cm model.
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A simple cockpit with no GPS or other high tech gadgets. Notice the sideways computer.
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The view of Even Evensen's work station from above.
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According to Evensen the prune juice is a local joke by his young buddies who suggested that he needs his daily geezer prune juice fix.
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Evensen had twenty 340 mg salt tabs in his bento box during the race in Whistler. In the back of his bike jersey Evensen carried 20 more salt tabs, a gel flask holding 10 ounces of Powerbar Strawberry Banana gels, and 10 more packets of the same gels.
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The tool bag under the saddle is reserved for various tools - a CO2 applicator, 4 threadless CO 2 cartridges, 3 tire levers, 3 tubes, 3 Allen wrenches, and a small tire sheath (in case of a blowout). Having flatted in 2000 at IRONMAN California, being able to fix it and still qualifying, Evensen likes to be prepared. Notice also thew forward Profile Design post.
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Evensen does not know what model of ISM saddle that is, and neither do I, but he spends a lot of time in it. He says he stayed in the saddle during all the climbs in Canada.
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Evensen borrowed this 10 year old relatively deep rear wheel for IRONMAN Canada, and it worked out.
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A Shimano Tiagra crank and no powermeter in sight.
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The drag numbers of these Shimano 105 brakes are not an issue of concern for Old Grizzly.
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Before the race Evensen upgraded his bike to this Shimano 105 cassette.