1 of 11 photos
The Foil is an aerodynamically optimized road bike of the SCOTT brand and is more often seen in action in major European road events, or under sponsored ITU athletes. Kienle however will likely put this bike to good use in Cannes.
2 of 11 photos
Kienle's team mounted the long Profile Design aero extensions under the road bars. Kienle is a SRAM man and he uses SRAM Red E-tap on his bike.
3 of 11 photos
The most distinctive element of his setup is the Drag 2 Zero mono armrest. Kienle uses that pad system also on his Plasma TT bike and it gives him many options in terms of arm positions
4 of 11 photos
A different perspective of this unique and distinctive armrest.
5 of 11 photos
Another SRAM E-tap button is mounted under his extensions.
6 of 11 photos
Typically Kienle has aero bottles on his road bike, but in a race like this with regular bottles he can easily dump one and receive a new one.
7 of 11 photos
The relatively new ZIPP NSW 454 wheels are on Kienle's bike, and he is racing on Continental GrandPrix Supersonic 23mm tires.
8 of 11 photos
Kienle has direct mounted EE brakes front and back on his Foil.
9 of 11 photos
The SRAM Red E-tap rear derailleur is ready for action.
10 of 11 photos
Kienle slammed his Prologo saddle all the way forward.
11 of 11 photos
The 53/39 chainrings should be sufficient for the task.