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The paint scheme of this Louis Garneau Gennix TR1 is distinctive but you don't exactly get what you see. here.
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Sanders recently installed a new TorHans Aero30 hydration system.
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The Ironman Texas course is mostly flat with some rolling hills through the Sam Houston National Forest so Sanders opted to go with a PRO disc wheel.
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Sanders runs 25mm Vittoria Corsa CX tubulars on front and rear wheels despite not being sponsored by the tire company.
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A Shimano Dura-Ace drive train with 55-42 gearing and Dura-Ace pedals.
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After his Stages power meter got wet and malfunctioned in Galveston, Sanders wrapped the Ultegra crank arm [yes, Dura-Ace on the other side] with a latex glove and electric tape.
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Not an illusion, his Dream Factory paint job is yellow on the drive side and green on the non drive side and matches the Canadians race kit.
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An overhead shot of Sanders' PRO Missle bars reveals he likes the feel of Vision pads and has just enough room to secure his computer head unit.
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A newly launched TorHans storage unit arrived just in time for race day and carried Sanders' nutrition.
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Sanders slams his ISM Time Trial saddle forward on the rails to achieve an aggressive riding position.
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The Canadian opted for a Shimano Dura-Ace C75 wheel in the front.
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The integrated TRP brakes are stock on the Gennix TR1.
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Name badge with his Twitter handle and his title sponsor on his one-of-a-kind Garneau.
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The man and his machine.