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The Ridley Dean FAST of Igor Amorelly looks low and long.
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Ridley calls this split fork design "F-split technology" and it features an integrated and hidden center pull fork.
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It is very obvious that the Dean FAST was designed for Pro road teams and not for triathletes. But Amorelli has made it work for him.
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If Pros can still have the Kona number on their bike from the previous year, so can you.
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Amorelli rides 172.5mm Rotor 3Dplus cranks with nonQ Rotor rings and Garmin Vector pedals. Plus he has various CeramicSpeed goodies including the UFO chain and the OSPS pulley system.
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ENVE SES 8.9 wheels with 23mm Continental Grand Prix 4000S II tires.
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Amorelli rides Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 components.
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Amorelli on course in Kona.