Kelly Williamson won the Memorial Hermann Ironman Texas this summer and we had a chance to look closer at her Campagnolo, Reynolds, SRM, Rotor, ISM and Profile Design equipped Felt IA FRD race bike in Kona recently, while she signed autographs.
This bike would look sharp in any setting, but the location here certainly is pleasing.
Williamson is relatively new to the Felt brand but has quickly found a comfortable fit.
The Felt IA FRD of Kelly Williamson features a Profile Design cockpit with Campagnolo controls and a Profile Design Aero HC system.
With relatively short extension there is not much space for extra stuff here.
The SRM PowerControl 7 unit was put in place with velcro, but husband Derick was going to work on a stronger mount.
Up close with the front triangle of Kelly Williamson's Felt IA.
Williamson rides Rotor cranks and non Q chain rings with an SRM power meter and Look pedals.
Because of hip flexor issues Williamson rides ultra short 160mm cranks.
An ISM Adamo Breakaway saddle is holding Williamson in place.
The XLab Stealth Pocket 200 looks like it was always meant to be there.
Williamson's Record EPS equipped machine was one of 52 Campagnolo EPS ones on the pier in Kona.
The front wheel is a Reynolds Aero 46 with a 23mm Continental Grand Prix 4000S tire.
The rear one is a Reynolds Aero 72, but also with a 23mm Continental Grand Prix 4000S tire.
Another perspective of this fast looking race bike.
All images © Herbert Krabel / slowtwitch.com