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Danie Bretscher's bike was shiny and clean when he checked it in. Something oddly not completely normal for some other folks as we have observed many times already.
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The Trek Speed Concept of Daniel Bretscher is outfitted with a Bontrager cockpit.
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Bretscher uses a Profile Design Aero HC system between his arms.
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The Shimano Junction A box is just below, and Bretscher has a few PowerGels taped to the Aero HC system.
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More gels were stored in this XLab Stealth 500.
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Up close with the Trek Speed Concept fork of this Team Timex race bike.
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Bretscher has his repair kit stored in here, and it makes for a great bib number attachment space.
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Bretscher rides a regular fi'zi:k Arione saddle, and not the tri version or the Tritone.
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Simple does it sometimes and that is true for this cage under the saddle attached with zipties.
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The front end of the Trek Speed Concept is very clean.
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Bretscher rides a Shimano Ultegra Di2 group on his Speed Concept and the cranks show signs of heavy training and racing.
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Stages power meter on 165mm cranks round out the package. But according to 51 SpeedShop's Ben Waite it was not a simple switch. A year of 170 cranks helped to transition to the 165 ones.