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The day after the race this fast bike looked surprisingly clean even though we know it was used hard.
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Timothy O'Donnell has two bottle cages between his arms and even found a cozy spot for the Garmin Edge 25 computer.
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The view from the top shows the Cee Gees pads and the Saltstick dispenser.
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O'Donnell has an inspirational message on his custom BTA bottle that points back at his Navy background. "Don't give up the ship."
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Two gel flasks are held in place in this modified bento box.
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The unique paint scheme is not covered by a downtube water bottle. In fact no cage was mounted inside the front triangle.
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Stars on the outside of the fork and stripes on the inside.
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O'Donnell did beat his bib number in Kona, and the tires on those Bontrager Aeolus 7/9 wheels appear to be Specialized Turbo Cotton.
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The drive train components are Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 with CeramicSpeed pulleys and chain. Crank length is 165mm and chainrings are 55/42.
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O'Donnell added Fizik sticky friction tape to his Cobb Jog Fifty Five saddle.
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A very simple and straight forward way to mount a cage close under the seat.
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The Enve valve extenders are among the best and it is no surprise to find them here.
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The complete Trek Speed Concept Project One of Timothy O'Donnell from a slightly different angle.
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In action in Kona.