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Llanos has a 3 bottle setup, but only one was left on it when we grabbed the bike.
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Eneko Llanos had been with Hed for several years, but he is now left with only a cockpit from that Minnesota brand.
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The BTA bottle color clashes with the paint scheme of the bike, but once the arms of Llanos are in place no one will be able to tell.
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Llanos has his BTA setup mounted with the Hed Lollipop.
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The display on the bars gives us a hint as to which power meter Llanos rides with.
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Up close with the front triangle of the BH Aero.
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TRP integrated brakes on the backside of the forks ...
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... and on the trailing edge of the seatstays in the rear.
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Last year in March at the Abu Dhabi race Eneko had no power meter on his bike, but this year he is on the Power2Max unit.
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The John Cobb JOF saddle still looks very shiny and white.
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The XLab mount under the saddle is a very clean solution that we first saw on a Rafael bike.
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XLab storage on the top tube.
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Last year Llanos was on Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 components and this year it is Campagnolo Super Record EPS.
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Reynolds Aero 90 wheels with Continental GrandPrix 4000S 23mm tires.
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When we returned the bike Eneko Llanos was still busy with those autographs.