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The Serios of Matt Russell pretty much came straight from the Sunbelt Bakery IRONMAN 70.3 Chattanooga to the wind tunnel. The bib number 1 was still on his bike and also on his aero helmet.
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A look down from the top at the Hed cockpit on the Diamonback Serios.
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The bike computer was not in place, but it is pretty easy to imagine where it usually sits.
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There is a lot going on at the front end of Matt Russell's bike.
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The shifting is handled via Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 buttons both on the extensions and the brake levers.
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I did not open the bento box to see what is in it, but my guess would have been Haribo gummy bears. Russell however shared that a repair kit and spare contacts have their home in said bento box.
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Matt Russell races on an ISM Prologue saddle.
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The water cage bottle (with a bottle) under the seat was moved up higher during testing in the wind tunnel, but it turned out that it was faster lower for him. That is typically not the case.
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23mm Continental Grand Prix TT tires up front on the Knight Composites 65 Clincher wheel. Stopping is handled by a TriRig Omega brake.
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TriRig Omega brakes also handle the stopping of the rear Knight Composites 95 Clincher wheel. The tire in the back is also a 23mm Continental Grand Prix TT model.
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Matt Russell rides 165mm Shimano Dura-Ace cranks with a 56 tooth outer ring ...
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... and he uses a Stages Power Meter on that setup.
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A CeramicSpeed OSPS is attached to the Shimano Dura-Ace rear derailleur.
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The Speedplay Zero Aero pedals are always a nice touch.