Cameron Dye recorded the fastest bike split at Rev3 in Knoxville aboard his Kestrel 4000S and has been setting the pace at quite a few events now. We look closer at the bike of the 2011 Nautica South Beach Triathlon champion.
Frame: Kestrel 4000 S
Drivetrain: Shimano Di2
Crank: Shimano Dura-Ace 175
Cockpit: Shimano Missile PRO
Stem: Shimano Vibe 80mm
Saddle: Shimano PRO Turnix
Front Wheel: Shimano PRO C75
Rear Wheel: Shimano PRO Disc
Skewers: Shimano Dura-Ace
Hydration: X-Lab Chimp cage/Torpedo and Aero TT
Pedals: Shimano Dura-Ace
The bike of Cameron Dye as he rode it at Rev3 in Knoxville.
A Shimano Dura-Ace C75 wheel up front
The Shimano Pro Turnix saddle is not a very common choice among triathletes.
The setup up front with the Pro Missile bars and the X-Lab bottle holder.
Cam Dye uses an X-Lab Aero TT cage and bottle on the down tube of his Kestrel.
Shimano Dura-Ace pedals round out the package.
A) Saddle Height: 780mm
B) Plumb-line Saddle nose-BB: -20mm
C) Cockpit: 845mm
D) Armrest-ext tips: 380mm
E) Armrest drop: 165mm
F) Saddle nose - Armrest back: 470mm
G) Armrest Width: 195mm
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