We checked out the race bike of Eneko Llanos last year in March, but the fast Spaniard has changed many components on his BH Aero, and we took a closer look at his race ready bike while he signed autographs 2 days before the 2014 Datev Challenge Roth. Llanos finished third behind Germans Timo Bracht and Nils Frommhold.
Llanos has a 3 bottle setup, but only one was left on it when we grabbed the bike.
Eneko Llanos had been with Hed for several years, but he is now left with only a cockpit from that Minnesota brand.
The BTA bottle color clashes with the paint scheme of the bike, but once the arms of Llanos are in place no one will be able to tell.
Llanos has his BTA setup mounted with the Hed Lollipop.
The display on the bars gives us a hint as to which power meter Llanos rides with.
Up close with the front triangle of the BH Aero.
TRP integrated brakes on the backside of the forks ...
... and on the trailing edge of the seatstays in the rear.
Last year in March at the Abu Dhabi race Eneko had no power meter on his bike, but this year he is on the Power2Max unit.
The John Cobb JOF saddle still looks very shiny and white.
The XLab mount under the saddle is a very clean solution that we first saw on a Rafael bike.
XLab storage on the top tube.
Last year Llanos was on Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 components and this year it is Campagnolo Super Record EPS.
Reynolds Aero 90 wheels with Continental GrandPrix 4000S 23mm tires.
When we returned the bike Eneko Llanos was still busy with those autographs.
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