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The Quintana Roo PRsix of Matt Hanson still has training tires mounted but it is otherwise primed and loaded for a big day in Kona.
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Up close with the Zipp Vuka Aero cockpit and the Zipp Vuka Alumina Evo 110 extensions. A TorHans AeroZ bottle is mounted on top of the extensions.
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Here is a slightly different angle of that cockpit.
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Hanson rides with SRAM Red eTap Clics on the extensions, and also has eTap Blips on his Vuka Aero base bar.
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Will he be the next American to stand on the very top of the podium in Kona?
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An XLab Gorilla cage is mounted below his ISM Adamo Podium saddle. A spare tube and tools are likely in that storage box behind, and hopefully won't be needed.
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The view of that ISM Adamo Podium from above.
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Hanson rides 170mm cranks and uses a Quarq power meter and 55-42 SRAM Red rings
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The pedals are Xpresso 15 with CeramicSpeed bearings.
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The SRAM Red eTap rear derailleur will be put to task on Saturday.
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A direct mount Shimano Ultegra brake is handling the stopping in the rear, hidden below the BB.
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For race day Matt Hanson will be mounting Continental 22mm GP Force and 24mm GP Attack tires on his Zipp 808 NSW wheels.