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Tim Don quickly charged into the lead at the Ironman 70.3 Worlds but his day did not go well.
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Here is his Specialized S-Works Shiv Tri, almost ready for action.
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Tim Don added TriRig brakes to his race bike.
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There is not much here for the wind.
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The massive aero downtube is a very distinctive feature on the Shiv Tri.
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The view of the cockpit from above. Tim uses the FuelCell and the BTA bottle for liquid nutrition.
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I guess we know who fitted this guy.
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Tim Don rides a Specialized Sitero saddle without the water bottle attachment.
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The Enve SES 8.9 rear wheel has a 26mm Specialized Turbo Cotton tire with a Turbo talc tube.
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Tim Don relies on Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 shifting, and added a CeramicSpeed UFO chain and CeramicSpeed pulleys. The Shimano cassette is 11/28.
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The S-Works cranks are 167.5mm and feature a Power2Max power meter. Chainrings up front are 55/42 and the bottom bracket features CeramicSpeed bearings.
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The rear brake is also by TriRig.
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During a race Don stores gels and a repair kit here, but with an injured hand in Zell am See, he left the repair kit out.
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The front Enve SES 8.9 wheel is laced with a Specialized Turbo Cotton 24mm tire.
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The DT-Swiss 180 hubs were also upgraded with CeramicSpeed bearings.
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The view from below.
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Don's custom painted helmet makes it clear which team he is racing for.
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The man with his machine.