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The 51cm Cannondale Slice enjoys the late afternoon sun in Kona a couple nights before the race.
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The paint scheme on the bike is an art piece indeed, and surely no other like it.
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Vesterby rides TriRig Omega X brakes front and back on her bike.
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An XLab Aero TT bottle on the downtube leaves not much space for anything else in this tiny front triangle.
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Vesterby rides 170mm Vision Metron cranks with a Garmin Vector power meter.
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A TriRig Sigma stem holds the Vision Metron aero bars in place. Vesterby has an XLab Torpedo BTA setup and the Garmin 1000 hides behind it.
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When this close with the Cannondale Slice the paint details are very clear.
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A Vision Metron 55 up front and a Metron 88 in the back and Continental Competition tubulars on both wheels for the race. The wheels here were the training wheels.
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A signature behind the seat tube reveals the name of the artist.
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Various CeramicSpeed items can be found on this bike.
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A Fizik Tritone saddle sits in front of the XLab Aero Pouch.
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Michelle Vesterby in action in Kona very early on during the bike segment.