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Tim Don is 5-feet 8-inches tall, weighs 142 pounds and rides this size-small Specialized S-Works SHIV.
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Don uses TriRig Omega X brakes with SwissStop Carbon Brake Pads.
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The front end uses Drag2Zero pads and arm rests, an ENVE base bar with aero-shaped Drag 2Zero extension poles made with Formula One grade carbon fiber. Armrest width is quite narrow, more like a bike racer than a triathlete.
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The bike computer is Polar M460. Specialized also added a magnet kit for the hydration tube. Pedals are Speedplay Aero.
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Tim Don rides Specialized S-Works 167.5mm cranks with 55/42, and a Ceramic Speed UFO chain.
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Saddle is the new Sitero, which looks like the old Sitero and the Specialized Power saddles (for road cycling) mated and had a baby. (And truly, the Power saddles' genes took over.)
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Don’s rear wheel is a “disc wheel prototype 007 from Roval that is still in development” with a 26mm Specialized Turbo Cotton tire.
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The disc prototype has a lenticular shape on the left but is flat on the right to accommodate the cassette.
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Hydration between bars and Di2 routing (junction box under saddle) custom by Jeff Yingling at Ceramic Speed.
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Food storage Fuel cell inside frame and in frame hydration fuselage.
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Roval CLX64 front wheel with 26mm Specialized Turbo Cotton .
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Power2max S-type power meter.
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Tim Don plans on staying with the front pack on the bike leg at Kona.