Degenkolb shortens cranks, changes bar for cobbles
Former Paris-Roubaix winner John Degenkolb is lining up for the Tour of Flanders on a custom bike that has been modified in a few unusual ways. Laser-etched graphics on brand new wheels, and cranks shortened after gebioMized testing on the cobbles highlight the uniqueness of his Trek Madone. Bontrager claims best-in-class drag, stability and weight for new Aeolus XXX wheels Bontrager Aeolus XXX 6 review Check out Trek's new Project One paint schemes geobioMized on the cobbles Trek-Segafredo technical director Matt Shriver worked with German biometric company geobioMized to test a variety of product and positions with his riders over the winter, measuring pressure on their saddles and under their feet. Riding on pavement and cobbles, the team tested various types of frames, handlebars, wheels and positions. One takeaway for Degenkolb was a shift from 172.5mm cranks to 170mm cranks for the cobbled classics. "Degenkolb tends to shift his pelvis ...
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