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Norden's Scott Plasma Premium looks very clean thanks in part to the SRAM Red Etap wireless shifting.
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This is exactly as Norden had raced her bike in Burseryd, Sweden. When she races triathlons the bike looks slightly different.
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The view from above shows the Profile Design aero bars, Garmin computer and the Specialized Sitero saddle. "The saddle I kept from my previous bike as my butt agreed with it very much," said Norden.
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Norden rides with power and uses a Quarq power meter with 53/39 chainrings up front and a 11/26 cassette. "I bought a Quarq, which I pretty much base all my training of. I share the files and data with my coach Arild Tveiten (Norwegian head coach) through TrainingPeaks," said Norden.
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A ZIPP disc in the back with a ZIPP 808 up front was chosen for the TT nationals. According to Norden she usually trains on 60mm Tune Schwarzbrenner wheels.
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Where is the bento box and front hydration system?
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Ready for action. This bike looks fast standing still.
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Lisa Norden wants to get a start at the TT World Championships in Bergen. "That would be incredibly awesome to have raced a World Champs in two different sports," added Norden.
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Norden has reached out to the Swedish Cycling Federation to learn what the criteria is to race in the UCI World Championships as it is unclear to her. She hopes to hear back next week.
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This surely looks like a Continental tire on that ZIPP rear disc. But where is Norden? Is she in that bar just ahead to celebrate the win?
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Here is a screenshot from the Lisa Norden TrainingPeaks workout from the Swedish TT Nats.