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Heather Jackson in action in Hawaii on this distinctive 48cm Slice. Her bike split was 5:04:43.
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The bike without its pilot a few days before the race.
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The attention to detail is magnificent and was carried over to the kit and helmet too.
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The orange Chris King hubs pop on this green and black theme and have ceramic bearings.
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Jackson relies on Shimano Dura-Ace direct mount brakes, but like most athletes prefers if she does not have to use them.
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Her Shimano Dura-Ace crank arms are 170mm long and she rides 55-42 rings.
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Another angle of this unique custom painted Cannondale Slice.
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Heather Jackson has about 20 of these Live Free or Die themed ISM Breakaway saddles.
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The Knight Composites carbon wheels (65 front and 95 rear) also got custom treatment and Jackson rides 23mm Continental Grand Prix 4000S tires.
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The BTA solution for Jackson is a cage zip tied to the Shimano Pro stem and a SpeedFil bottle.
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The CeramicSpeed UFO chain is clearly treated to run smoothly. The bottom bracket bearings are also by Ceramic Speed.
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Jackson rides a Shimano Dura-Ace mechanical setup.
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Heather Jackson during the run on the way to 5th place and top American female.