Heather Jackson's winning Slice

Here is look at the Shimano and Knight Composites equipped Cannondale Slice of 2015 Ironman Coeur D'Alene Champion Heather Jackson of Team Wattie Ink. Sean Wakins had just washed the bike and removed both the custom altered XLAb bento box (featuring zip ties instead of Velcro tabs) and the Speedfil BTA system that was also attached with zip ties. Heather Jackson wanted to have enough liquid nutrition on board especially in such hot conditions, thus the 3 bottle setup. The pictures (except for the final one) were taken by Sue Hutter who had given Heather Jackson and Sean Watkins a home stay in Idaho.

The 48cm Cannondale Slice of the Ironman Coeur D'Alene champion looks brand new after a caring detailed bath.

Heather Jackson runs her Shimano Pro extensions below the Shimano Pro base bar, and she likes them narrow together.

During the race a Speedfil BTA system sat there. Jackson rides with Shimano Dura-Ace mechanical components.

A customized ISM Breakaway saddle features the Live Free or Die art.

Heather Jackson rode a Knight Composites 95/65 wheel set clincher combo with Continental GP 4000s tires 700x23c @ 120psi and standard tubes.

170mm Shimano Dura-Ace cranks with 55-39 rings and older Look Keo Aero pedals.

A closer up look at the Cannondale Slice of Heather Jackson.

The aero bars are attached to a 120mm Shimano Pro stem.

Here is the another angle of the race winning Cannondale Slice.

A great shot by David Meadows shows Heather Jackson in action in Coeur D'Alene.